Jordan Siegel
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Can foreign firms bond themselves effectively by renting US securities laws?
J Siegel
Journal of Financial Economics 75 (2), 319-359, 2005
Contingent political capital and international alliances: Evidence from South Korea
J Siegel
Administrative Science Quarterly 52 (4), 621-666, 2007
Political instability: Effects on financial development, roots in the severity of economic inequality
MJ Roe, JI Siegel
Journal of Comparative Economics 39 (3), 279-309, 2011
Egalitarianism and international investment
JI Siegel, AN Licht, SH Schwartz
Journal of Financial Economics 102 (3), 621-642, 2011
The social dimensions of entrepreneurship
JP Ulhøi
Technovation 25 (8), 939-946, 2005
The social dimensions of entrepreneurship
AN Licht, JI Siegel
Oxford University Press, 2006
Egalitarianism, cultural distance, and foreign direct investment: A new approach
JI Siegel, AN Licht, SH Schwartz
Organization Science 24 (4), 1174-1194, 2013
A reexamination of tunneling and business groups: New data and new methods
J Siegel, P Choudhury
The Review of Financial Studies 25 (6), 1763-1798, 2012
Is there a better commitment mechanism than cross-listings for emerging-economy firms? Evidence from Mexico
J Siegel
Journal of International Business Studies 40 (7), 1171-1191, 2009
Multinational firms, labor market discrimination, and the capture of competitive advantage by exploiting the social divide
JI Siegel, L Pyun, BY Cheon
Harvard Business School Strategy Unit Working Paper, 2014
The small worlds of corporate governance
M Conyon
MIT Press, 2012
Finance and politics: A review essay based on Kenneth Dam's analysis of legal traditions in the law-growth nexus
MJ Roe, JI Siegel
Journal of Economic Literature 47 (3), 781-800, 2009
Labor market institutions and global strategic adaptation: Evidence from Lincoln Electric
JI Siegel, BZ Larson
Management Science 55 (9), 1527-1546, 2009
Which does more to determine the quality of corporate governance in emerging economies, firms or countries?
A Hugill, JI Siegel
Harvard Business School Strategy Unit Working Paper, 2014
Misaccounting for endogeneity: The peril of relying on the Heckman two‐step method without a valid instrument
SE Wolfolds, J Siegel
Strategic Management Journal 40 (3), 432-462, 2019
What makes the bonding stick? A natural experiment involving the Supreme Court and cross-listed firms
AN Licht, X Li, J Siegel
Unpublished working paper, Harvard Business School, 2011
Cross-border reverse mergers: Causes and consequences
JI Siegel, Y Wang
Harvard Business School Strategy Unit Working Paper, 2013
Political instability’s impact on financial development
M Roe, J Siegel
Harvard Law and Economics Discussion Paper, 2008
Is Political Connectedness a Paramount Investment After Liberalization? The Successful Leveraging of Contingent Social Capital and the Formation of Cross Border Strategic …
J Siegel
Cambridge, MA: Harvard NOM Working Paper, 03-45, 2003
Cases about redefining global strategy
P Ghemawat, JI Siegel
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