Sergey Stepanov
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A survey of corporate governance in Russia
O Lazareva, A Rachinsky, S Stepanov
Corporate governance in transition economies, 315-349, 2008
942008
Firm value in crisis: Effects of firm-level transparency and country-level institutions
R Enikolopov, M Petrova, S Stepanov
Journal of banking & Finance 46, 72-84, 2014
312014
Corporate Governance in Russia
R Enikolopov, S Stepanov
The Oxford Handbook of the Russian Economy, 2013
272013
Agency Problem and Ownership Structure: Outside Blockholder as a Signal
S Stepanov, A Suvorov
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 133, 87-107, 2017
162017
Corporate Governance, Ownership Structures and Investment in Transition Economies: the Case of Russia, Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan
O Lazareva, A Rachinsky, S Stepanov
16*2008
Shareholder protection and outside blockholders: Substitutes or complements?
S Stepanov
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 169 (2), 355-381, 2013
12*2013
Shareholder access to manager‐biased courts and the monitoring/litigation trade‐off
S Stepanov
The RAND Journal of Economics 41 (2), 270-300, 2010
52010
Transfers of Corporate Control in Firms with Non-Controlling Blockholders
S Stepanov
The RAND Journal of Economics 50 (2), 453-480, 2019
3*2019
Takeovers under Asymmetric Information: Block Trades and Tender Offers in Equilibrium
S Stepanov
Center for Economic and Financial Research (CEFIR) Working Papers, 2012
22012
Reputation and Information Aggregation
E Catonini, S Stepanov
Available at SSRN 2790033, 2017
12017
Biased performance evaluation in a model of career concerns: incentives versus ex-post optimality
S Stepanov
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 179, 589-607, 2020
2020
Independent versus Collective Expertise
E Catonini, A Kurbatov, S Stepanov
Available at SSRN 3394209, 2019
2019
Biased Performance Evaluation in A Model of Career Concerns: Incentives versus Ex-Post Efficiency
S Stepanov
http://ssrn.com/abstract=2579649, 2015
2015
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