Chen Lin mostly deals with Monetary economics, China, Shareholder, Politics and Financial system. Chen Lin has included themes like Value, Cost of capital, Capital expenditure and Credit risk in his Monetary economics study. His study focuses on the intersection of China and fields such as Government with connections in the field of Financial engineering, Management and Christian ministry.
His research in Shareholder intersects with topics in Moral hazard and Control. The study incorporates disciplines such as Incentive, Private sector and Manufacturing firms in addition to Politics. His Financial system course of study focuses on Information sharing and Finance.
Chen Lin mainly focuses on Monetary economics, Finance, China, Competition and Shareholder. In the field of Monetary economics, his study on Market liquidity overlaps with subjects such as Affect. He has researched Finance in several fields, including Information sharing, Investment and Financial system.
His China study incorporates themes from Government, Market economy, Politics and International economics. His Competition research includes themes of Law, Corruption, Deregulation and Corporate governance. His work in Shareholder covers topics such as Accounting which are related to areas like Portfolio.
Chen Lin mainly investigates Monetary economics, China, Law, Competition and Corporate social responsibility. His work carried out in the field of Monetary economics brings together such families of science as Value, Institutional investor, Corporate governance and Revenue. His research integrates issues of Minimum wage, Labour economics and Manufacturing firms in his study of China.
He combines subjects such as Panel data, Product market and Corporate innovation with his study of Law. His study on Corporate innovation also encompasses disciplines like
His primary areas of investigation include Monetary economics, Corporate social responsibility, Public health, Hedge fund and Debt. His Interest rate study in the realm of Monetary economics connects with subjects such as Precautionary savings. His Corporate social responsibility study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Index, Institutional investor, Accounting and Portfolio.
His study looks at the relationship between Hedge fund and topics such as Asset management, which overlap with Corporate governance. As part of the same scientific family, Chen Lin usually focuses on Revenue, concentrating on Shock and intersecting with Small business. His Economic growth research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Government and China.
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Creditor rights, information sharing, and bank risk taking
Joel F. Houston;Chen Lin;Ping Lin;Yue Ma.
Journal of Financial Economics (2010)
Ownership Structure and the Cost of Corporate Borrowing
Chen Lin;Yue Ma;Paul Malatesta;Yuhai Xuan.
Journal of Financial Economics (2011)
Do bank regulation, supervision and monitoring enhance or impede bank efficiency?
James R. Barth;Chen Lin;Yue Ma;Jesús Seade.
Journal of Banking and Finance (2013)
Political decentralization and corruption: Evidence from around the world
C. Simon Fan;Chen Lin;Daniel Treisman.
Journal of Public Economics (2009)
Political connections and the cost of bank loans
Joel F. Houston;Liangliang Jiang;Chen Lin;Yue Ma.
Journal of Accounting Research (2014)
Inside the black box: Bank credit allocation in China's private sector
Michael Arthur Firth;Chen Lin;Ping Liu;Sonia Man-lai Wong.
Journal of Banking and Finance (2009)
Do analysts matter for governance? Evidence from natural experiments
Tao Chen;Jarrad Harford;Chen Lin.
Journal of Financial Economics (2015)
Corruption in bank lending to firms : cross-country micro evidence on the beneficial role of competition and information sharing
James R. Barth;Chen Lin;Ping Lin;Frank M. Song.
Journal of Financial Economics (2009)
Regulatory Arbitrage and International Bank Flows
Joel F. Houston;Chen Lin;Yue Ma.
Research Papers in Economics (2012)
Corporate immunity to the COVID-19 pandemic
Wenzhi Ding;Ross Levine;Ross Levine;Chen Lin;Wensi Xie.
Journal of Financial Economics (2021)
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