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A firm that shares a name with its founder earns higher profits

Publication ,  Journal Article
Belenzon, S; Chatterji, AK; Daley, B
Published in: Economist (United Kingdom)
August 19, 2017

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Published In

Economist (United Kingdom)

ISSN

0013-0613

Publication Date

August 19, 2017

Volume

413

Issue

9051
 

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Belenzon, S., Chatterji, A. K., & Daley, B. (2017). A firm that shares a name with its founder earns higher profits. Economist (United Kingdom), 413(9051).
Belenzon, S., A. K. Chatterji, and B. Daley. “A firm that shares a name with its founder earns higher profits.” Economist (United Kingdom) 413, no. 9051 (August 19, 2017).
Belenzon S, Chatterji AK, Daley B. A firm that shares a name with its founder earns higher profits. Economist (United Kingdom). 2017 Aug 19;413(9051).
Belenzon, S., et al. “A firm that shares a name with its founder earns higher profits.” Economist (United Kingdom), vol. 413, no. 9051, Aug. 2017.
Belenzon S, Chatterji AK, Daley B. A firm that shares a name with its founder earns higher profits. Economist (United Kingdom). 2017 Aug 19;413(9051).
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Published In

Economist (United Kingdom)

ISSN

0013-0613

Publication Date

August 19, 2017

Volume

413

Issue

9051