Pramuan Bunkanwanicha
Pramuan Bunkanwanicha
Professor of Finance, ESCP Europe
Verified email at escpeurope.eu
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Big business owners in politics
P Bunkanwanicha, Y Wiwattanakantang
The Review of Financial Studies 22 (6), 2133-2168, 2009
3042009
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
Debt and entrenchment: Evidence from Thailand and Indonesia
P Bunkanwanicha, J Gupta, R Rokhim
European Journal of Operational Research 185 (3), 1578-1595, 2008
812008
Big business owners in politics
Y Wiwattanakantang, P Bunkanwanicha
Review of Financial Studies 22 (6), 2133-2168, 2009
142009
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
Why do shareholders value marriage?
P Bunkanwanicha, JPH Fan, Y Wiwattanakantang
Work. Pap., Chinese Univ. Hong Kong, 2008
92008
The value of family networks: marriage and network formation in family business groups
P Bunkanwanicha, JPH Fan, Y Wiwattanakantang
EFA, 2008
82008
Do financial indicators drive market value of firms in the transition economies? The Russian case
J Gupta, P Bunkanwanicha, S Khakimov, P Spieser
Journal of Emerging Market Finance 15 (2), 225-268, 2016
72016
The Deterrent Effect of Anti-Bribery Law Enforcement on the Quality of Earnings
P Bunkanwanicha, O Greusard
Available at SSRN 3192821, 2019
52019
Marriage and network formation: A study of family business groups in an emerging market
P Bunkanwanicha, J Fan, Y Wiwattanakantang
Working Paper, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2008
52008
Big Business Owners and Politics: Investigating the Economic Incentives of Holding Top Offi ce
P Bunkanwanicha, Y Wiwattanakantang
Unpublished working paper. ESCP-EAP European School of Management and …, 2006
52006
CEOs on Twitter.
AJ Oh, P Bunkanwanicha
# Microposts, 46-48, 2016
42016
Why do shareholders value marriage?
JPH Fan, Y Wiwattanakantang, P Bunkanwanicha
ECGI-Finance Working Paper, 2008
42008
Pyramiding of family-owned banks in emerging markets
P Bunkanwanicha, J Gupta, Y Wiwattanakantang
CEI Working Paper Series, 2006
42006
Pyramidal group structure and bank risk in Thailand
P Bunkanwanicha, J Gupta, Y Wiwattanakantang
Journal of Comparative Economics 44 (2), 272-288, 2016
32016
A Historical Overview of Assessing the Economics of Kinship
C Kobrak, P Bunkanwanicha
The Endurance of Family Businesses: A Global Overview, 179, 2013
32013
CEO Careers after Bank Bailouts
P Bunkanwanicha, A Di Giuli, F Salvadè
Available at SSRN 3173545, 2019
2019
Family Business Groups and Organizational Structure: A Study of Bank Pyramidal Ownership in Thailand
P Bunkanwanicha, JP Gupta, Y Wiwattanakantang
European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI)-Finance Working Paper, 2014
2014
The Value of Marriage to Family Firms
Y Wiwattanakantang, P Bunkanwanicha, JPH Fan
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 48 (2), 611-636, 2013
2013
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