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" The average percentage of common shares owned by the three largest shareholders in the 10 largest non-financial, privately owned domestic firms in a given country. A firm is considered privately owned if the state is not a known shareholder in it. "
A Reader in International Corporate Finance - Page 150
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Beyond the Washington Consensus: Institutions Matter

Shahid Javed Burki, Guillermo Perry - Business & Economics - 1998 - 158 pages
...industrial companies numbered 70 percent while financial companies represented the remaining 30 percent. The average percentage of common shares owned by the...owned if the state is not a known shareholder in it. The ratio of the stock market capitalization held by minorities to gross national product for 1994....
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Investor Protection and Corporate Governance: Firm-level Evidence Across ...

Alberto Chong, Florencio Lopez-de-Silanes - Business & Economics - 2007 - 557 pages
Investor Protection in Latin America represents the largest data-gathering effort of firm-level corporate governance practices, ownership structures, and dividend policies. The ...
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Investor Protection and Corporate Governance: Firm-level Evidence Across ...

Alberto Chong, Florencio Lopez-de-Silanes - Business & Economics - 2007 - 557 pages
...Average percentage of common shares not owned by the top three shareholders in the concentration ten largest nonfinancial, privately owned domestic firms...privately owned if the state is not a known shareholder. Trading volume Total trading volume divided by the country's GDP (expressed in 2001 US$) of a to GDP...
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