Yupana Wiwattanakantang
Yupana Wiwattanakantang
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An empirical study on the determinants of the capital structure of Thai firms
Y Wiwattanakantang
Pacific-Basin Finance Journal 7 (3-4), 371-403, 1999
6691999
Connected lending: Thailand before the financial crisis
C Charumilind, R Kali, Y Wiwattanakantang
The Journal of Business 79 (1), 181-218, 2006
5802006
Controlling shareholders and corporate value: Evidence from Thailand
Y Wiwattanakantang
Pacific-Basin Finance Journal 9 (4), 323-362, 2001
4552001
Big business owners in politics
P Bunkanwanicha, Y Wiwattanakantang
The Review of Financial Studies 22 (6), 2133-2168, 2009
3042009
Adoptive expectations: Rising sons in Japanese family firms
V Mehrotra, R Morck, J Shim, Y Wiwattanakantang
Journal of Financial Economics 108 (3), 840-854, 2013
2422013
The value of marriage to family firms
P Bunkanwanicha, JPH Fan, Y Wiwattanakantang
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 48 (2), 611-636, 2013
1072013
Must love kill the family firm? Some exploratory evidence
V Mehrotra, R Morck, J Shim, Y Wiwattanakantang
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 35 (6), 1121-1148, 2011
882011
The equity ownership structure of Thai firms
Y Wiwattanakantang
Hitotsubashi University, Center of Economic Institutions Working Paper, 2001
812001
10 Did families lose or gain control after the East Asian financial crisis?
A Khanthavit, P Polsiri, Y Wiwattanakantang
Designing Financial Systems for East Asia and Japan 52, 247, 2004
472004
Thai business groups: crisis and restructuring
P Polsiri, Y Wiwattanakantang
Business Groups in East Asia: Financial Crisis, Restructuring, and New …, 2006
332006
Corporate governance of banks in Thailand
P Polsiri, Y Wiwattanakantang
Corporate Governance of Banks in Asia 1, 313-390, 2006
242006
Asset prices, corporate actions, and Bank of Japan equity purchases
B Charoenwong, R Morck, Y Wiwattanakantang
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
222019
The ownership structure, capital structure and performance of Thai firms
Y Wiwattanakantang
Department of Economics, Hitotsubashi University, 2000
182000
Adoptive expectations: Rising son tournaments in Japanese family firms
V Mehrotra, R Morck, J Shim, Y Wiwattanakantang
NBER Working Paper, 201, 2011
142011
Big business owners in politics
Y Wiwattanakantang, P Bunkanwanicha
Review of Financial Studies 22 (6), 2133-2168, 2009
132009
Allocating risk across pyramidal tiers: Evidence from Thai business groups
P Bunkanwanicha, Y Wiwattanakantang
CEI Working Paper Series, 2008
12*2008
Tycoons Turned Leaders: Investigating the Incentives for Holding Public Offi ce
P Bunkanwanicha, Y Wiwattanakantang
122006
Bank of japan equity purchases: The (non-) effects of extreme quantitative easing
B Charoenwong, R Morck, Y Wiwattanakantang
Review of Finance 25 (3), 713-743, 2021
112021
Silent large shareholders and entrenched bank management: Evidence from the banking crisis in Japan
M Hanazaki, T Souma, Y Wiwattanakantang
Available at SSRN 497402, 2004
112004
Business groups in Thailand: Before and after the East Asian financial crisis
P Polsiri, Y Wiwattanakantang
CEI Working Paper Series, 2004
102004
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