Bigger, weaker, worse: size maximisation and implications for capital returns in Chinese state-owned enterprises

Crawford School of Public Policy | East Asian Bureau of Economic Research

Event details


Date & time

Friday 17 February 2017


Murdoch Boardroom, Old Canberra House, Building 73, Lennox Crossing, ANU


Paul Hubbard, Crawford School, ANU.


Nathan Attrill

Based on a large scale survey of Chinese industrial enterprises, including over 16,000 state-owned enterprises, Paul Hubbard presents preliminary findings on the relationship between state ownership, firm size and capital returns. Visiting Fulbright Specialist Derek Scissors will then comment as a discussant.

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