Год издания: 2008
Количество страниц: 52
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During the last 13 years thousands of enterprises were privatized in Russia. However, the Russian state still owns large stakes in many companies, including some of the largest publicly traded enterprises. At the same time the Russian stock market has experienced a tremendous growth during the last several years attracting domestic and foreign investors. These investors can be concerned about the possible value-effects of government shareholding. One of the implications of the grabbing hand theory proposed by A. Shleifer and R. Vishniy is that government shareholding affects corporate performance and value. This book provides some empirical evidence supporting this view based on the sample of the Russian publicly traded enterprises. However it also finds that relationship between government shareholding and corporate value is not monotonic, but U-shaped, i.e. after a certain threshold state shareholding can have a positive impact on corporate value. The latter finding corresponds with...