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Article

Nguyen, Bach, Mickiewicz, Tomasz and Du, Jun (2017). Local governance and business performance in Vietnam:the transaction costs’ perspective. Regional studies, in pre ,

Bernini, Michele, Du, Jun and Love, James H. (2016). Explaining intermittent exporting:exit and conditional re-entry in export markets. Journal of International Business Studies, 47 (9), pp. 1058-1076.

Du, Jun, Guariglia, Alessandra and Newman, Alexander (2015). Do social capital building strategies influence the financing behavior of Chinese private small and medium-sized enterprises? Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 39 (3), pp. 601-631.

Anyadike-Danes, Michael, Hart, Mark and Du, Jun (2015). Firm dynamics and job creation in the United Kingdom:1998–2013. International Small Business Journal, 33 (1), pp. 12-27.

Du, Jun and Temouri, Yama (2015). High-growth firms and productivity:evidence from the United Kingdom. Small Business Economics, 44 (1), pp. 123-143.

Du, Jun, Liu, Xiaoxuan and Zhou, Ying (2014). State advances and private retreats? Evidence from the decomposition of the Chinese manufacturing aggregate productivity decomposition in China. China Economic Review, 31 , pp. 459-474.

Du, Jun and Girma, Sourafel (2010). Red capitalists:political connections and firm performance in China. Kyklos, 63 (4), pp. 530-545.

Love, James H., Roper, Stephen and Du, Jun (2009). Innovation, ownership and profitability. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 27 (3), pp. 424-434.

Driffield, Nigel, Du, Jun and Girma, Sourafel (2008). Optimal geographic diversification and firm performance:evidence from the U.K. Journal of Productivity Analysis, 30 (2), pp. 145-254.

Roper, Stephen, Du, Jun and Love, James H. (2008). Modelling the innovation value chain. Research policy, 37 (6-7), pp. 961-977.

Du, Jun, Love, James H. and Roper, Stephen (2007). The innovation decision:an economic analysis. Technovation, 27 (12), pp. 766-773.

Driffield, Nigel and Du, Jun (2007). Privatisation, state ownership and productivity:evidence from China. International Journal of the Economics of Business, 14 (2), pp. 215-239.

Du, Jun, Girma, Sourafel and Girma, Sourafel (2007). Finance and firm export in China. Kyklos, 60 (1), pp. 37-54.

Monograph

Du, Jun and Girma, Sourafel (2009). Source of finance, growth and firm size:evidence from China. Working Paper. UNU-WIDER.

Driffield, Nigel L., Love, Jim, Añón Higón, Dolores, Du, Jun, Henry, Michael and Temouri, Yama (2009). Growing inward and indigenous investment. Project Report. Manchester Independent Economic Review, Manchester (UK).

Demetriades, Panicos O., Du, Jun, Girma, Sourafel and Xu, Chenggang (2008). Does the Chinese banking system promote the growth of firms? Working Paper. University of Leicester, Leicester (UK).

Amess, Kevin, Du, Jun and Girma, Sourafel (2008). Full and partial privatization in China:the labor consequences. Working Paper. University of Nottingham. (Unpublished)

Roper, Stephen, Love, James H. and Du, Jun (2007). The limits of open innovation:openness and (quasi-)markets in the organization of innovation. Working Paper. Aston University, Birmingham (UK).

Conference or Workshop Item

Du, Jun and Girma, Sourafel (2008). Financing source and firm growth in a hybrid financial system:evidence from China United Nations World Institutes for Development Research. IN: WIDER Conference on Southern Engines of Global Growth: China, India, Brazil, and South Africa (CIBS): Financial Flows and Capital Markets. 2008-07-11 - 2008-07-12.

Book

Anyadike-Danes, Michael, Hart, Mark and Du, Jun (2013). Firm dynamics and job creation in the UK. ERC White Paper . Enterprise Research Centre.

Driffield, Nigel, Du, Jun, Hart, Mark, Love, Jim and Tapinos, Efstathios (2010). A comparative evaluation of the impact of UK Trade & Investment's R&D programme and other UKTI support that impacts R&D. UKTI Research Report . Aston University.

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