Ownership Structure and Export Performance: Firm-Level Evidence from the Republic of Korea
This paper empirically examines the relationship between the ownership structure of firms and their export performance. To do so, they use firm-level data from the Republic of Korea, a classical example of successful export-oriented industrialization. Their empirical results indicate that Korean firms with more concentrated ownership are more likely to be exporters and export more.
- Ownership Structure and Export Performance: Conceptual Basis and Empirical Literature
- Data and Variables
- Main Empirical Findings
- Concluding Observations