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Coups, corporations, and classified information

Arindrajit Dube

Coups, corporations, and classified information

by Arindrajit Dube

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementArindrajit Dube, Ethan Kaplan, Suresh Naidu
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 16952, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 16952.
ContributionsKaplan, Ethan, Naidu, Suresh, National Bureau of Economic Research
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24868853M
LC Control Number2011657177

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Coups, Corporations, and Classified Information Arindrajit Dube, Ethan Kaplan, Suresh Naidu. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in April NBER Program(s):Asset Pricing, Development of the American Economy, Political Economy We estimate the impact of coups and top-secret coup authorizations on asset prices of partially nationalized multinational companies that stood to benefit.

The details of how we obtained a comprehensive list of coups, declassified documents, and expropriations are described in Online Appendix B. We are left with five coups where all three of our criteria are satisfied: Iran, Guatemala, Congo, Cuba, and Chile.

Online Appendix A provides detailed historical background for each of these by: COUPS, CORPORATIONS, AND CLASSIFIED INFORMATION action. Afterward, the intensity and scope of U.S.

covert actions fell substantially (Johnson ). The height of covert CIA activ-ity lasted slightly more than 20 years, encompassing the period between and Our sample of coups includes five such covert attempts.

TheFile Size: KB. Get this from a library. Coups, corporations, and classified information. [Arindrajit Dube; Ethan Kaplan; Suresh Naidu; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- We estimate the impact of coups and top-secret coup authorizations on asset prices of partially nationalized multinational companies that stood to benefit from US-backed coups.

Stock returns of. COUPS, CORPORATIONS, AND CLASSIFIED INFORMATION ARINDRAJIT DUBE ETHAN KAPLAN SURESH NAIDU We estimate the impact of coups and top-secret coup authorizations on asset prices of partially nationalized multinational companies that stood to bene t from US-backed coups.

Stock returns of highly exposed rms reacted to coup authorizations classi ed as. Downloadable (with restrictions). We estimate the impact of coups and top-secret coup authorizations on asset prices of partially nationalized multinational companies that stood to benefit from U.S.-backed coups.

Stock returns of highly exposed firms reacted to coup authorizations classified as top-secret. The average cumulative abnormal return to a coup authorization was 9% over 4 days for a.

Downloadable. We estimate the impact of coups and top-secret coup authorizations on asset prices of partially nationalized multinational companies that stood to benefit from US-backed coups.

Stock returns of highly exposed firms reacted to coup authorizations classified as top-secret. The average cumulative abnormal return to a coup authorization was 9% over 4 days for a fully nationalized.

Coups, Corporations, and Classi ed Information Arindrajit Dube, Ethan Kaplany, and Suresh Naidu x UC Berkeley; IIES, Stockholm University; Harvard University Septem Abstract We estimate the impact of coups and top-secret coup authorizations on as-set prices of partially nationalized US companies that stood to bene t from US backed.

Arindrajit (Arin) Dube is a Professor of Economics at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, known internationally for his empirical research on the effects of minimum wage policies. His work is focused on the economics of the labor market, including the role of imperfect competition, institutions, norms, and behavioral factors that affect wage setting and ion: Stanford University, University of Chicago.

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Covert intervention in the Congo Crisis of has long been a taboo subject. At the time of the Crisis, little was publicly known about the efforts of theAuthor: David N.

Gibbs. His most recent book is Weaponizing Anthropology: Social Science in Service of the Militarized State (CounterPunch Books, ). ↩ Arindrajit Dube, Ethan Kaplan, and Suresh Naidu, “Coups, Corporations, and Classified Information,” Quarterly Journal of EconomicsAuthor: David H.

Price. There is, in short, a market for it. With commercialism able to overpower the traditional authority of religion, politics and schools, corporations have emerged a the natural targets for all sorts of free-floating rage and rebellion.

The new ethos that culture jamming taps into is go-for-the-corporate-jugular.” ― Naomi Klein, No Logo. From obtaining classified information from foes and allies for major defense contractors to stealing fuel efficiency secrets from Japanese automakers for General Motors, the CIA is increasingly involved in corporate espionage following the end of the cold war.

Coups, Corporations, and Classi–ed Information Arindrajit Dube, Ethan Kaplany, and Suresh Naidu x UC Berkeley; IIES, Stockholm University; Harvard University Septem Abstract We estimate the impact of coups and top-secret coup authorizations on as-set prices of partially nationalized US companies that stood to bene–t from US Cited by:   Sharing classified information knowingly, or revealing information one should know is sensitive, is a different matter.

Here's how the system of classification works. Classification levels and. Top Secret is the highest level of classified information.

Information is further compartmented so that specific access using a code word after top secret is a legal way to hide collective and important information.

Such material would cause "exceptionally grave damage" to national security if made publicly available. Prior tothe United Kingdom and other members of the British Empire. “Coups, Corporations, and Classified Information” (with Arindrajit Dube and Ethan Kaplan) -Quarterly Journal of Economics Vol.

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Intergenerational Wealth Transmission and the Dynamics of Inequality in Small-Scale Societies.Classified information refers to any information protected against unauthorized disclosure and restricted distribution in the interests of national security. All persons with authorized access to classified information, as a condition to access, need to sign a non disclosure agreement.

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