Did State-owned Enterprises Do Better during COVID-19?: Evidence from a Survey of 1,182 Company Executives in China (CEIBS Working Paper, No. 041/2020/ECO, 2020)

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COVID-19’s sudden outbreak and the subsequent lockdown imposed by the government substantially changed China’s business environment. In a survey of 1,182 company executives in China, state-owned enterprises (SOEs) reported less business reductions under COVID-19. This paper examines if SOEs’ superior performance was resulted from government support rather than innate ability to cope with COVID-19. While firm-level government support is unobservable, the outbreak saw companies responding with various salary and personnel measures, which give us information to construct a proxy for the government-support effect. After controlling for the government-support effect, we find that SOEs performed significantly worse in the pandemic period.
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已出版 - 8月 2020

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China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)

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