Corporate response to distress: evidence from the Asian financial crisis
Mara Faccio () and
Review, 2011, vol. 93, issue Mar, 127-154
This paper provides a comprehensive examination of corporate responses to financial distress during an economy-wide crisis, specifically through the restructuring of assets (through asset sales, mergers, or liquidations) and/or liabilities. Using firm-level data from five countries hardest hit by the East Asian financial crisis of 1997-98, this study contrasts the effects of financial and corporate governance variables on restructuring choices. The study finds that, during a crisis, financial constraints and corporate governance each have a large effect on the restructuring choice.
Keywords: Corporate governance; Financial crises - Asia (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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