BOFIT Discussion Papers, Institute for Economies in Transition, Bank of Finland
No. 31/2008: How vertically specialized is Chinese trade?
No. 30/2008: Optimal Law Enforcement and Welfare in the Presence of Organized Crime
No. 29/2008: China's new labour contract law: No harm to employment?
No. 28/2008: Do better institutions improve bank efficiency? Evidence from a transitional economy
No. 27/2008: Global and local sources of risk in Eastern European emerging stock markets
No. 26/2008: State-business relations and improvement of corporate governance in Russia
No. 25/2008: Exchange rate pass-through in the global economy – the role of emerging market economies
No. 24/2008: Performance of business groups: Evidence from post-crisis Russia
No. 23/2008: What beyond oil and gas? Russian trade specialisation in manufactures
No. 22/2008: Business surveys and inflation forecasting in China
No. 21/2008: Risk-taking by Russian banks: Do location, ownership and size matter?
No. 20/2008: Is corruption an efficient grease?
No. 19/2008: Liquidity matters: Evidence from the Russian interbank market
No. 18/2008: How corruption affects bank lending in Russia
No. 17/2008: Models for Moody’s bank ratings
No. 16/2008: Trade linkages and macroeconomic effects of the price of oil
No. 15/2008: McCallum rule and Chinese monetary policy
No. 14/2008: Market Discipline and Deposit Insurance in Russia
No. 13/2008: Price convergence and geographic dimension of market integration: Evidence from China
No. 12/2008: Banking in transition countries
No. 11/2008: Does the Chinese banking system benefit from foreign investors?
No. 10/2008: Regulatory bottlenecks, transaction costs and corruption: A cross-country investigation
No. 9/2008: China and Central and Eastern European Countries: Regional networks, global supply chain or international competitors?
No. 7/2008: China in the world economy: Dynamic correlation analysis of business cycles
No. 6/2008: Causes of Corruption:History, Geography, and Government
No. 5/2008: The Impact of Chinese Monetary Policy Shocks on East Asia
No. 4/2008: Global and Regional Links between Stock Markets - the Case of Russia and China
No. 3/2008: Are private banks more efficient than public banks? Evidence from Russia
No. 2/2008: Forecasting Inflation in China
No. 1/2008: Has the Chinese economy become more sensitive to interest rates? Studying credit demand in China
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