NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH
NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH

Chen Lin

Faculty of Business and Economics
The University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong

E-Mail: chenlin1@hku.hk

NBER Working Papers and Publications

September 2017The Origins of Financial Development: How the African Slave Trade Continues to Influence Modern Finance
with Ross Levine, Wensi Xie: w23800
June 2017Acquiring Banking Networks
with Ross Levine, Zigan Wang: w23469
May 2017Price Risk, Production Flexibility, and Liquidity Management: Evidence from Electricity Generating Firms
with Thomas Schmid, Michael S. Weisbach: w23434
January 2017Does Competition Affect Bank Risk?
with Liangliang Jiang, Ross Levine: w23080
August 2016Geographic Diversification and Banks’ Funding Costs
with Ross Levine, Wensi Xie: w22544
April 2016Competition and Bank Liquidity Creation
with Liangliang Jiang, Ross Levine: w22195
Corporate Resilience to Banking Crises: The Roles of Trust and Trade Credit
with Ross Levine, Wensi Xie: w22153
February 2016Anti-Corruption Reforms and Shareholder Valuations: Event Study Evidence from China
with Randall Morck, Bernard Yeung, Xiaofeng Zhao: w22001
October 2015Insider Trading and Innovation
with Ross Levine, Lai Wei: w21634
June 2015Cross-border Acquisitions and Labor Regulations
with Ross Levine, Beibei Shen: w21245
January 2015Spare Tire? Stock Markets, Banking Crises, and Economic Recoveries
with Ross Levine, Wensi Xie: w20863

Published: Levine, Ross & Lin, Chen & Xie, Wensi, 2016. "Spare tire? Stock markets, banking crises, and economic recoveries," Journal of Financial Economics, Elsevier, vol. 120(1), pages 81-101. citation courtesy of

December 2014Competition and Bank Opacity
with Liangliang Jiang, Ross Levine: w20760

Published: Liangliang Jiang & Ross Levine & Chen Lin, 2016. "Competition and Bank Opacity," Review of Financial Studies, Society for Financial Studies, vol. 29(7), pages 1911-1942. citation courtesy of

 
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