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Bortolotti B, V. Fotak and C. Hogg,  Sovereign Wealth Funds and the COVID-19 shock: Economic and Financial Resilience in Resource-Rich Countries, BAFFI CAREFIN discussion paper, August 2020 also available on

Bortolotti, B., V. Fotak and B. Wolfe,  Innovation at State Owned Enterprises, BAFFICAREFIN discussion paper, 2019

Bortolotti, B., V. Fotak and G. Loss, Taming Leviathan: Mitigating Political Interference in Sovereign Wealth Funds’ Public Equity Investments, BAFFICAREFIN discussion paper, 2019

Bortolotti, B., V. Fotak, W. Megginson, The Sovereign Wealth Fund Discount: Evidence from Public Equity Investments, Review of Financial Studies (2015)

Bortolotti, B., V. Fotak, W. Megginson, The rise of sovereign wealth funds: definition, organization, and governance, in Caselli, S. et al (eds) Public-Private Partnerships for Infrastructure and Business Development: Principles, Practices, and Perspectives, London, Palgrave McMillan, 2015

Bortolotti, B., Carlo Cambini and Laura Rondi, Reluctant regulation, Journal of Comparative Economics, 41, 804-828, (2013)

Bortolotti, B., V. Barbary, Sovereign Wealth Funds and Political Risk: New Challenges in the Regulation of Foreign Investment in Drebek, Z. and P. Mavroidis (eds.). Regulations of Foreign Investment: Challenges for International Harmonization. Singapore, World Scientific, 2012

Bortolotti, B., C. Cambini, L. Rondi, Yossi Spiegel, Capital Structure and Regulation: Do Ownership and Regulatory Independence Matter?, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy (2011)

Bortolotti, B., and M. Faccio, Government Control of Privatized Firms, Review of Financial Studies, 1, 1-33, 2008.

Bernardo Bortolotti, Veljko Fotak, William L. Megginson and William F. Miracky, "Quiet Leviathans: Sovereign Wealth Fund Investment, Passivity, and the Value of the Firm"

Bernardo Bortolotti and Victoria Barbary, "Taming Leviathan"

Ginka Borisova, Veljko Fotak, Kateryna Holland and William L. Megginson, “Government Ownership and the Cost of Debt: Evidence from Government Investments in Publicly Traded Firms