Corporate Capital Structures in the United States

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Corporate Capital Structures in the United StatesCorporate Capital Structures in the United States

by Benjamin M. Friedman(ed.)

The exploration announced in this volume speaks to the second phase of a boundless National Bureau of Economic Research push to examine “The Changing Role of Debt and Equity in Financing U.S. Capital Formation.” The principal gathering of studies supported under this venture, which have been distributed exclusively and abridged in a 1982 volume bearing a similar title (Friedman 1982), tended to a few key issues pertinent to corporate segment conduct alongside such different parts of the developing money related underpinnings of U.S. capital arrangement as family unit sparing motivators, global capital streams, and government obligation administration. In the venture’s second arrangement of studies, displayed at the National Bureau of Economic Research gathering in January 1983 and distributed here interestingly alongside discourses from that meeting, the focal concentration is the budgetary side of capital development attempted by the U.S. corporate business part. In the meantime, since enterprises’ securities must be held, a parallel concentration is on the conduct of the business sectors that value these cases.

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