Which are the challenges of the corporate finance within East European emerging countries? Overview on the peculiarities of the finance mechanisms
Cristina Morar Triandafil () and
Petre Brezeanu ()
Management & Marketing, 2009, vol. 4, issue 2
The European East emerging countries represent an interest research topic both in terms of macroeconomic environment and corporate finance decision. Their evolution within the process of nominal and real convergence process requires a challenging analysis of the way the main macroeconomic environment affects corporate segment. This analysis will focus in a first stage on the macroeconomic environment, highlighting out the way it evolved during the transition process from the centralized and planed economy to the market oriented one. Secondly, the focus will be oriented on the corporations based in these countries. Their finance decision will be analyzed in comparison with the corporations located into the emerging countries and moreover a deep interest will be granted to their leverage, especially from the point of view of the way finance mechanisms can be valorized based on their balance sheet data.
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