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dc.contributor.authorNgô, Mỹ Trân-
dc.contributor.authorNonneman, Walter-
dc.contributor.authorJorissen, Ann-
dc.description.abstractThis study extends some predictions from a game theoretical model which evaluates the net effect of government ownership on firm performance and empirically tests these predictions using a panel dataset of Vietnamese firms in the period 2004-2012. The empirical results estimated from static and dynamic models confirm our propositions of a negative effect of state ownership on firm profitability and labor productivity. Furthermore, this study documents a moderating role of firm size in the relationship between state shareholding and the performance of firms with higher state ownership in larger firms enhancing profitability and labor productivity.vi_VN
dc.relation.ispartofseriesInternational Journal of Economics and Financial Issues;4 .- p.628-650-
dc.subjectGovernment ownershipvi_VN
dc.subjectFirm performancevi_VN
dc.subjectDynamic model andinteraction effect JEL Classificationsvi_VN
dc.titleGovernment Ownership and Firm Performance: The Case of Vietnamvi_VN
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