Details about Taeyoon Sung
|Postal address:||Yonsei University, School of Economics 50 Yonsei-Ro Seoul 120-749, Korea|
|Workplace:||School of Economics, College of Business and Economics, Yonsei University, (more information at EDIRC)|
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- The Diffusion of Corporate Governance to Emerging Markets: Evaluating Two Dimensions of Investor Heterogeneity
MPRA Paper, University Library of Munich, Germany
See also Journal Article in Journal of International Money and Finance (2017)
- How Does Corporate Governance Risk at Home Affect Investment Choices Abroad?
NBER Working Papers, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc View citations (6)
- The Impact of Lifting Liquidity Constraints on the Distributions of Consumption, Assets, and Debts
KDI Policy Studies, Korea Development Institute (KDI)
- Foreign debt, global liquidity, and fiscal sustainability
Japan and the World Economy, 2020, 54, (C)
- A test of fiscal sustainability in the EU countries
International Tax and Public Finance, 2018, 25, (5), 1170-1196 View citations (2)
- The diffusion of corporate governance to emerging markets: Evaluating two dimensions of investor heterogeneity
Journal of International Money and Finance, 2017, 70, (C), 406-432 View citations (1)
See also Working Paper (2014)
- What determines firms’ R&D intensity in business groups with cross-ownership structures?
Industry and Innovation, 2017, 24, (6), 633-658
- Unconventional Monetary Policy, Global Liquidity Circulation, and Inflation Divergence around the World
The Developing Economies, 2016, 54, (1), 6-26 View citations (1)
- How outside directors facilitate corporate R&D investment? Evidence from large Korean firms
Journal of Business Research, 2015, 68, (6), 1251-1260 View citations (10)
- Bankers on the Board, Market Competition, and Conflicts of Interest
Global Economic Review, 2014, 43, (2), 184-206
- Short-Term External Debt and Foreign Exchange Rate Volatility in Emerging Economies: Evidence from the Korea Market
Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 2014, 50, (S6), 138-157 View citations (1)
- Stock market liberalization and price response: gradualism versus cold turkey
Applied Economics, 2013, 45, (3), 273-285 View citations (1)
- The Role of Intra-Conglomerate Equity Investment: Evidence from Korean Business Groups
Global Economic Review, 2013, 42, (2), 135-167
- Does Fiscal Policy Help Those Who Need It Most? Evidence from the US and the Eurozone
Global Economic Review, 2012, 41, (1), 33-54 View citations (2)
- Efficiency of internal capital market under a controlling-minority-shareholder structure
Applied Economics Letters, 2012, 19, (18), 1889-1892
- Does corporate governance risk at home affect investment choices abroad?
Journal of International Economics, 2011, 85, (1), 25-41 View citations (19)
- Global Crisis, Exchange Rate Response, and Economic Performance: A Story of Two Countries in East Asia
Global Economic Review, 2010, 39, (1), 25-42 View citations (3)
- Cross-ownership, takeover threat and control benefit
Applied Financial Economics, 2009, 19, (8), 659-667 View citations (1)
- Mixing versus sorting: Entering top universities
Economics Letters, 2008, 100, (1), 43-46 View citations (2)
- Does the Market Evaluate Firm`s FX Risk Management? -Evidence from the Korean Stock Market-
Korean Economic Review, 2007, 23, 243-266
- Fiscal Policy, Business Cycles and Economic Stabilisation: Evidence from Industrialised and Developing Countries*
Fiscal Studies, 2007, 28, (4), 437-462 View citations (18)
- Group control motive as a determinant of ownership structure in business conglomerates: Evidence from Korea's chaebols
Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 2007, 15, (3), 213-252 View citations (16)
- Corporate scandals and the market response of dividend payout changes
Applied Financial Economics, 2006, 16, (7), 535-549
- Fiscal policy in Korea: Before and after the financial crisis
International Tax and Public Finance, 2006, 13, (4), 509-531 View citations (7)
- Schumpeter's legacy: A new perspective on the relationship between firm size and R&D
Research Policy, 2005, 34, (6), 914-931 View citations (38)
- What makes firms manage FX risk?
Emerging Markets Review, 2005, 6, (3), 263-288 View citations (8)
- Global Economic Review
Taylor & Francis Journals
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