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This study develops a scorecard with which to measure the investor protection practices of major listed firms in China during 2007-2010. We use time-series data to examine the relationship between the change in firm investor protection practices and market performance. Results show that firms exhibiting improvements in investor protection practices manifest a subsequent increase in buy-and-hold abnormal returns. Results further indicate that the changes in the sub-index have different effectsdoi:10.1080/00036846.2017.1324612 fatcat:uv3ngxup7vgxdao7pdny3bmgyq