The comments and suggestions by two anonymous referees are gratefully acknowledged. Conversations with Chun Chang and Ning Sun were very helpful, and I also thank Hao Wang and Kairen Zhang for their assistances. This research is supported by the China National Natural Science Foundation (71273063), the China National Social Science Foundation (11&ZD142), the China Ministry of Education Humanities and Social Sciences Program (12YJC790236), and the Fudan Financial Research Center (2012FDFRCGD16). I also thank the Scientific Research Foundation for the Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars, and the PhD Program Foundation of the Ministry of Education of China. However, all errors are mine.
IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENT OR ENDURING A STRIKE: THE CHOICE OF SIGNALS
Article first published online: 4 APR 2013
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Yao, Z. (2013), IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENT OR ENDURING A STRIKE: THE CHOICE OF SIGNALS. Bulletin of Economic Research. doi: 10.1111/boer.12007
- Article first published online: 4 APR 2013
- China National Natural Science Foundation. Grant Number: 71273063
- China National Social Science Foundation. Grant Number: 11&ZD142
- China Ministry of Education Humanities and Social Sciences Program. Grant Number: 12YJC790236
- Fudan Financial Research Center. Grant Number: 2012FDFRCGD16
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