Gul. F. A. (2006) Auditors' Response to Political Connections and
Cronyism in Malaysia, Journal of Accounting Research, 44(5), 931 -
963 DOI: 10.1111/j.1475-679X.2006.00220.x
Inkpen, A. C., & Tsang, E. W. (2005). Social capital, networks, and
knowledge transfer. Academy of management review, 30(1), 146-165.
Jensen, M. C., & Meckling, W. H. (1976). Theory of the ﬁrm: Managerial
behavior, agency costs and ownership structure. Journal of ﬁnancial
economics, 3(4), 305-360.
Johnson, S., & Mitton, T. (2001). Cronyism and controls: Evidence from
Malasya, NBER Working peper series. No. 8521, 1 – 16.
Kang, E, & Zardkoohi, A. (2005). Board Leadership Structure and Firm
Performance. Corporate Governance: An International Review, 13(6),
785 – 799.
Keister, L. A. (1998). Engineering Growth: Business Group Structure and
Firm Performance in China's Transition Economy 1. American journal of
sociology, 104(2), 404-440.
Keles, H. N., Özkan, T. K., & Bezirci, M. (2011). A study on the effects of
nepotism, favoritism and cronyism on organizational trust in the
auditing process in family businesses in Turkey. The International
Business & Economics Research Journal, 10(9), 9.
Khanna, T., & Palepu, K. (1999). Emerging Market Business Groups,
Foreign Investors, and Corporate Governance. National Bureau of
Economic Research. Working Paper, 6955, consultado de: http://
Khatri N., Tsang, E. W. K., & Begley, T. M. (2006). Cronyism: a cross-
cultural analysis, Journal of International Business Studies, 37, 61 – 75.
Khatri, N., & Tsang, E. W. K. (2003). Antecedents and Consequences of
Cronyism in Organizations, Journal of Business Ethics, 43, 289 - 303.
Kuhnen, C. (2009). Business Networks, Corporate Governance, and
Contracting in the Mutual Fund Industry, The Journal of Finance,
LXIV(5), pp. 2185 – 2220.
La Porta, R., Lopez-de-Silanes, F., & Shleifer, A. (1999). “Corporate
Ownership around the World”, The Journal of Finance, (LIV) 2, 471 –
Leff, N. H. (1978). Industrial organization and entrepreneurship in the
developing countries: The economic groups. Economic development and
cultural change, 26(4), 661-675.