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Corporate finance and economic activity in the euro area

Fiorella De Fiore (), Taavi Raudsaar, Fergal McCann (), Juan Carluccio (), Guillaume Horny (), Paolo Finaldi Russo, Elaine Caruana Briffa, Paul Metzemakers (), Koen van der Veer, Uros Herman (), Alexander Karšay, Petri Mäki-Fränti, François Servant, Antonio De Socio (), Andreas Hertkorn, Branislav Karmazin, Manuel Rupprecht (), Felix Geiger, Luísa Farinha, Diego Rodriguez-Palenzuela, Annalisa Ferrando, Ladislav Wintr, Giovanni Vitale, Matthieu Darracq Paries (), Michele Lenza (), Carmen Martinez-Carrascal, Giacomo Carboni, Petra Köhler-Ulbrich, Walter Waschiczek, Marie-Denise Zachary, Vasilis Georgakopoulos, Demetris Kapatais and Laure Lalouette
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Carmen Martinez Carrascal

No 151, Occasional Paper Series from European Central Bank

Abstract: This report analyses and reviews the corporate finance structure of non-financial corporations (NFCs) in the euro area, including how they interact with the macroeconomic environment. Special emphasis is placed on the crisis that began in 2007-08, thus underlining the relevance of financing and credit conditions to investment and economic activity in turbulent times. When approaching such a broad topic, a number of key questions arise. How did the corporate sector JEL Classification: E0, E5

Keywords: corporate; finance (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013-08
Note: 687521
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