Interfirm Relationship and Business Performance

Regular meetings between managers of young Chinese firms substantially improved firm performance. Channels included learning from peers and new supplier-client matches. This research note also discusses the project, "Finance and Networks in China".

Research Note
24 Oct 2016

Growth Effects of Financial Deepening: Evidence from China

This project directly addresses the research gap on the financial constraints of SMEs by evaluating the impact of a new loan product, designed specifically for SMEs, on firm growth in China.

Research Project
7 Aug 2015

Finance and Networks in China

Providing much-needed experimental evidence on the impacts of alleviating growth frictions to SMEs, this project evaluates the effects of programs designed to improve access to loans and to expand business networks. 

Research Project
29 Jun 2015

Interfirm Relationships and Business Performance

This project aims to quantify the cost of the business friction involved when matching with trusted partners.

Research Project
20 Jul 2014

Mechanisms of Demand Building and Export Dynamics of Chinese Footwear Firms

This project aims to improve the understanding of reasons underlying the success of footwear-exporting private enterprises from China by building a dynamic structural model of firm demand and innovative data collective involving pilot studies.

Research Project
1 Jan 2012