Working Papers



Charoenwong, Beng, Randall Morck & Yupana Wiwattanakantang. 2018. Bank of Japan Equity Purchases: The Final Frontier in Extreme Quantitative Easing. Alberta School of Business working paper.

Fogel, Kathy, Liping Ma & Randall Morck. 2014. Powerful Independent Directors. Alberta School of Business working paper.

Kandel, Eugene, Konstantin Kosenko, Randall Morck and Yishay Yafeh. 2013. Business Groups in the United States: A Revised History of Corporate Ownership, Pyramids and Regulation, 1930-1950. Alberta School of Business working paper.

Morck, Randall, M. Deniz Yavuz & Bernard Yeung. 2013. State-controlled Banks and the Effectiveness of Monetary Policy. Alberta School of Business working paper.

• Earlier version circulated as Monetary and Fiscal Stimuli, Ownership Structure and China’s Housing Market. National Bureau of Economic Research working paper 16871.

Morck, Randall. 2010. Shareholder Democracy in Canada. Alberta School of Business working paper.

Morck, Randall and Bernard Yeung. 2008. Harmonious Corporate Governance. Presentation to the Beijing Forum in conjunction with the 17th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), Beijing.

Morck, Randall & Masao Nakamura. 2008. Japan’s Development as a Natural Resources Based “Big Push” Success Story. Unpublished manuscript presented at the 2008 American Economic Association meeting. “The authors apologize for an error in Fig 2 Panel A in the published paper. Please click here for the corrected graph.

Fan, Joseph, Randall Morck, Lixin Colin Xu & Bernard Yeung. 2007. Does ‘Good Government’ Draw Foreign Capital? Explaining China’s Exceptional FDI Inflow. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 4206.

Kim, Jung-Wook, Jason Lee & Randall Morck. 2004. Heterogeneous Investors and their Changing Demand and Supply Schedules for Individual Common Stocks. Alberta School of Business working paper.

Morck, Randall & Fan Yang. 2002. The Mysterious Growing Value of S&P 500 Membership. Alberta School of Business working paper.


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