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Corporate financial and investment policies when future financing is not frictionless
|Statement||Heitor Almeida, Murillo Campello, Michael S. Weisbach.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- no. 12773., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 12773.|
|Contributions||Campello, Murillo., Weisbach, Michael S., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||38|
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Corporate Financial and Investment Policies when Future Financing is not Frictionless Heitor Almeida, Murillo Campello, Michael S. Weisbach. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in December NBER Program(s):Corporate Finance. Much of corporate finance is concerned with the impact of financing constraints on firms.
Corporate Financial and Investment Policies when Future Financing is not Frictionless* Heitor Almeida Murillo Campello Michael S. Weisbach New York University University of Illinois University of Illinois & NBER & NBER & NBER [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] (This Draft: Aug ) abstract. Almeida, Heitor and Campello, Murillo and Weisbach, Michael S., Corporate Financial and Investment Policies when Future Financing is Not Frictionless (Septem ).
Charles A. Dice Center Working Paper No. and Fisher College Cited by: Get this from a library. Corporate financial and investment policies when future financing is not frictionless. [Heitor Almeida; Murillo Campello; Michael S Weisbach; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Much of corporate finance is concerned with the impact of financing constraints on firms.
However, the literature on financing constraints largely ignores the intertemporal implications. Corporate Financial and Investment Policies When Future Financing Is Not Frictionless Article in Journal of Corporate Finance 17(3) October with 79 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Almeida, Heitor & Campello, Murillo & Weisbach, Michael S., "Corporate Financial and Investment Policies When Future Financing Is Not Frictionless," Working Paper SeriesOhio State University, Charles A. Dice Center for Research in Financial Economics. Heitor Almeida & Murillo Campello & Michael S.
Weisbach, Corporate financial and investment policies when future financing is not frictionless (), for example, argue that one reason for corporate hedging is to minimize future financing costs and future costs of financial distress. Essentially, their argument is that constrained firms have incentives to use financial instruments such as Cited by: Corporate Financial and Investment Policies when Future Financing is not Frictionless Heitor Almeida, Murillo Campello, and Michael S.
Weisbach NBER Working Paper No. December JEL No. G31,G32 ABSTRACT Much of corporate finance is concerned with the impact of Cited by: Corporate financial and investment policies when future financing is not frictionless.
/ Almeida, Heitor; Campello, Murillo; Weisbach, Michael S. In: Journal of Cited by: The firm also has an existing amount of internal funds at date 0, equal to c 0 > in Section 2, we assume that this date-0 cash flow is in excess of any expenditure requirements at date 0 (such as date-0 investments).Accordingly, the cash flow c 0 can only be allocated to cash and (lower) debt balances.
In particular, as we show in Sectionthe firm's net leverage is always fixed Cited by: Almeida, Heitor & Campello, Murillo & Weisbach, Michael S., "Corporate Financial and Investment Policies When Future Financing Is Not Frictionless," Working Paper SeriesOhio State University, Charles A.
Dice Center for Research in Financial Economics. Almeida, H, M Campello and MS Weisbach  Corporate financial and investment policies when future financing is not frictionless.
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financial flexibility and hence accumulate cash in order to build up internal capital to finance future investment opportunities when future financing is uncertain (Almeida, Campello and Weisbach, ).
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Keywords: Debt financing, Stock offerings, Asset management, Investment policies, Information asymmetry, Financial management, Management decisions Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation Myers, Stewart C. and Majluf, Nicholas S., Corporate Financing and Investment Decisions When Firms Have Information that Investors Do Not Have ().Cited by:.
CORPORATE FINANCING AND INVESTMENT DECISIONS WHEN FIRMS HAVE INFORMATION THAT INVESTORS DO NOT HAVE Stewart C. Myers and Nicholas S. MaJlufl Consider a firm that has assets in place and also a valuable real investment opportunity.
However, it has to issue common shares to raise part or all of the cash required to undertake the investment project.Investments in securities & Financial Investments assets of other firms Short-lived Assets Equity investment in firm created by future investments 4!
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