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NBER Working Papers by Anusha Chari

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February 2014Learning From the Doers: Developing Country Lessons for Advanced Economy Growth
with Anusha Chari, Peter Blair Henry: w19934
January 2014Two Tales of Adjustment: East Asian Lessons for European Growth
with Anusha Chari, Peter Blair Henry: w19840
December 2012Deregulation, Misallocation, and Size: Evidence from India
with Laura Alfaro, Anusha Chari: w18650
October 2009India Transformed? Insights from the Firm Level 1988-2005
with Laura Alfaro, Anusha Chari: w15448
August 2009Capital Market Integration and Wages
with Anusha Chari, Peter Blair Henry, Diego Sasson: w15204
March 2009Foreign Ownership and Firm Performance: Emerging-Market Acquisitions in the United States
with Anusha Chari, Wenjie Chen, Kathryn M.E. Dominguez: w14786
May 2006Firm-Specific Information and the Efficiency of Investment
with Anusha Chari, Peter Blair Henry: w12186
November 2004Acquiring Control in Emerging Markets: Evidence from the Stock Market
with Anusha Chari, Paige P. Ouimet, Linda L. Tesar: w10872
February 2004Is the Invisible Hand Discerning or Indiscriminate? Investment and Stock Prices in the Aftermath of Capital Account Liberalizations
with Anusha Chari, Peter Blair Henry: w10318
June 2002Risk Sharing and Asset Prices: Evidence From a Natural Experiment
with Anusha Chari, Peter Blair Henry: w8988
April 2002Capital Account Liberalization: Allocative Efficiency or Animal Spirits?
with Anusha Chari, Peter Blair Henry: w8908
May 2001Stock Market Liberalizations and the Repricing of Systematic Risk
with Anusha Chari, Peter Blair Henry: w8265

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