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An investigation of the impact of data breach severity on the readability of mandatory data breach notification letters: Evidence from U.S. firms (2019)
Journal Article
Jackson, S., Vanteeva, N., & Fearon, C. (2019). An investigation of the impact of data breach severity on the readability of mandatory data breach notification letters: Evidence from U.S. firms. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 70(11), 1277-1289. https://doi.org/10.1002/asi.24188

© 2019 ASIS & T The aim of this article is to investigate the impact of data breach severity on the readability of mandatory data breach notification letters. Using a content analysis approach to determine data breach severity attributes (measured by... Read More about An investigation of the impact of data breach severity on the readability of mandatory data breach notification letters: Evidence from U.S. firms.

THE IDIOSYNCRATIC PATTERN OF RUSSIAN CORPORATE DIVIDEND POLICY DURING ITS FORMATIVE ERA (2018)
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Vanteeva, N., & Hickson, C. (2019). THE IDIOSYNCRATIC PATTERN OF RUSSIAN CORPORATE DIVIDEND POLICY DURING ITS FORMATIVE ERA. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 90(3), 535-554. https://doi.org/10.1111/apce.12215

© 2018 The Authors Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics © 2018 CIRIEC In general, the dividend payout pattern for Russian corporations during their formative period from 1998 to 2006 was seemingly independent of company earnings, size, growth o... Read More about THE IDIOSYNCRATIC PATTERN OF RUSSIAN CORPORATE DIVIDEND POLICY DURING ITS FORMATIVE ERA.

Corporate Ownership, Control, and Firm Performance in Victorian Britain (2016)
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Turner, J. D., Acheson, G. G., Acheson, G., Campbell, G., Turner, J., & Vanteeva, N. (2016). Corporate Ownership, Control, and Firm Performance in Victorian Britain. Journal of Economic History, 76(1), 1-40. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0022050716000450

Scholars have long debated whether ownership matters for firm performance. The standard view regarding Victorian Britain is that family-controlled companies had a detrimental effect on performance. In this article, we examine this view using a hand-c... Read More about Corporate Ownership, Control, and Firm Performance in Victorian Britain.

The effect of state-private co-partnership system on Russian industry (2016)
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Vanteeva, N., & Hickson, C. (2016). The effect of state-private co-partnership system on Russian industry. Review of Industrial Organization, 48(3), 333-356. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11151-015-9482-z

In Russia at the turn of the new millennium, the Putin regime introduced a system of state-private co-partnership with corporate private investors. We argue that this policy had the effect of reducing the likelihood that firm managers-investors would... Read More about The effect of state-private co-partnership system on Russian industry.

In the absence of private property rights: Political control and state corporatism during Putin’s first tenure (2016)
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Vanteeva, N. (2016). In the absence of private property rights: Political control and state corporatism during Putin’s first tenure. Russian Journal of Economics, 2(1), 41-55. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ruje.2016.04.003

This paper argues that Russia’s choice of economic organisation, which is based on the renewed role of the state, is a response to the existence of severe transaction costs, and subsequent mitigation of contractual incompleteness in the absence of a... Read More about In the absence of private property rights: Political control and state corporatism during Putin’s first tenure.

Gerschenkron revisited: The new corporate Russia (2015)
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Vanteeva, N., & Hickson, C. (2015). Gerschenkron revisited: The new corporate Russia. Journal of Economic Issues, 49(4), 978-1007. https://doi.org/10.1080/00213624.2015.1105028

© 2015, Journal of Economic Issues / Association for Evolutionary Economics. Our analysis is based on firm-specific data compiled from the Russian Trading System stock exchange and SKRIN (CKP-H in Russian) database. We seek to identify the factors be... Read More about Gerschenkron revisited: The new corporate Russia.

Corporate ownership and control in Victorian Britain (2015)
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Turner, J. D., Acheson, G. G., Acheson, G., Campbell, G., Turner, J., & Vanteeva, N. (2015). Corporate ownership and control in Victorian Britain. Economic History Review, 68(3), 911-936. https://doi.org/10.1111/ehr.12086

© Economic History Society 2014. Using ownership and control data for 890 firm-years, this article examines the concentration of capital and voting rights in British companies in the second half of the nineteenth century. We find that both capital an... Read More about Corporate ownership and control in Victorian Britain.

The Re-Emerging Role of the State in Contemporary Russia (2012)
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Vanteeva, N. (2012). The Re-Emerging Role of the State in Contemporary Russia. Transition Studies Review, 19(1), 23-34. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11300-012-0227-5

I examine ownership structure of Russian firms during the 1998-2006 period, where a greater emphasis is placed on motivations behind increased government ownership in the latter years, when oligarchs' opportunistic influence on the firm diminished as... Read More about The Re-Emerging Role of the State in Contemporary Russia.


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