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The price-earnings relation can be characterized as a system of simultaneous equations. Earnings and prices can behave as if they are both endogenously determined because they are jointly affected by information that is difficult to specify explicitly. Specification tests provide evidence that...
This research studies how Chinese tax authorities implement international transfer pricing legislation. The analysis indicates that tax audits on transfer pricing are confined mainly to medium- and small-sized foreign investments, lower-technology companies and transfer of tangible goods, and...
In a team setting, wherein only group performance is tracked, we show that muted incentive contracts may be sufficient to motivate team members. By having the team repeat a task, explicit (contractual) incentives can be substituted by implicit incentives team members provide to each other. We...
After 1983, Medicare paid hospitals for inpatient services at fixed rates, but continued to reimburse outpatient services based on reported cost. Using data from Washington State we find that hospitals responded by increasing outpatient services to Medicare patients compared to non-Medicare...
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