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Government credit, a double‐edged sword: Evidence from the China Development Bank
H Ru
The Journal of Finance 73 (1), 275-316, 2018
1062018
Do credit card companies screen for behavioral biases?
H Ru, A Schoar
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2016
1022016
Combating the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Role of the SARS Imprint
H Ru, E Yang, K Zou
Management Science 67 (9), 5606-5615, 2021
100*2021
Subnational debt of China: The politics-finance nexus
H Gao, H Ru, DY Tang
Journal of Financial Economics 141 (3), 881-895, 2021
602021
Rise of bank competition: Evidence from banking deregulation in China
H Gao, H Ru, R Townsend, X Yang
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
462019
The Informational Role of Ownership Networks in Bank Lending
H Gao, H Ru, X Yang
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, forthcoming, 2021
13*2021
Force behind anti-corruption: Evidence from China
JR Goh, H Ru, K Zou
Available at SSRN 3227368, 2019
72019
Enhanced informal network: Costly state verification and village fund intervention
H Ru, RM Townsend
Working Paper, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019
42019
Government Ownership, Top Management Teams’ Pay Dispersion, and Firm Performance
W Jiang, B Ke, H Ru, Y Xu
Top Management Teams’ Pay Dispersion, and Firm Performance (October 7, 2021), 2021
22021
How do individual politicians affect privatization? Evidence from China
H Ru, K Zou
Review of Finance 26 (3), 637-672, 2022
12022
Government credit and trade war
N Cai, J Feng, Y Liu, H Ru, E Yang
BOFIT Discussion Paper, 2019
12019
How do individual politicians affect privatization? Evidence from China
H Ru, K Zou
BOFIT Discussion Paper, 2020
2020
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