Joint research unit 7235

Why do firms borrow on a short-term basis ? Evidence from European countries

Dorothée Rivaud-Danset, Valérie Oheix

This paper investigates empirically the use of short-term bank loans by firms. We face two analytical frameworks. According to the corporate finance theory, short-term and long-term ebts are substitutes, while in the credit channel literature they are distinct and complementary vehicles. We estimate a model that explains the level of short-term bank debt, using panel data from the BACH database for six European countries (1989-2003). Our results indicate that the two types of bank loans are complements. They show that short-term bank debt should be analysed as a specific vehicle that finances current assets, as in the credit channel literature.

AGENDA

Thursday 9 February 2023

Gender, competitiveness, and reaction to defeat

Claire Mollier

Gender, competitiveness, and reaction to defeat

Thursday 9 February 2023

Doctorants

Claire Mollier

Gender, competitiveness, and reaction to defeat

Friday 10 February 2023

Colloques et Workshops

Digital Economics Workshop

Friday 10 February 2023

Colloques et Workshops

Digital Economics Workshop

Tuesday 14 February 2023

Recherche et Economie et Socioéconomie Politique, des Institutions et des Régulations (RESPIR)

Thibault Mirabel

Firms and Cooperatives: The Social Organizations of Production in Market Economies

Tuesday 14 February 2023

Firms and Cooperatives: The Social Organizations of Production in Market Economies

Thibault Mirabel

Firms and Cooperatives: The Social Organizations of Production in Market Economies

Wednesday 15 February 2023

Pratique du Takaful en France: l’expérience de SAAFI

Ezzedine GHLAMALLAH (CERGAM, Université Aix-Marseille)

Pratique du Takaful en France: l’expérience de SAAFI

Wednesday 15 February 2023

Économies du monde musulman

Ezzedine GHLAMALLAH (CERGAM, Université Aix-Marseille)

Pratique du Takaful en France: l’expérience de SAAFI

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