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markets), that allows us to identify the effect of market power on trade credit decisions. We use quarterly financial data from 1991 to 2013 of 2,125 public firms listed in the major exchanges in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and the US.... Customer market power and the provision of trade credit : evidence from Eastern Europe and Central Asia / Neeltje Van Horen
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Table 1 shows the variable definitions and their means. We include measures of trade credit, general firm characteristics, indicators of market power of the firm relative to its customers, access to bank financing, length of the supplier-customer relation, and product characteristics of the goods sold on credit.... The Ministerial Council on Consumer Affairs (MCCA) held its eleventh annual meeting in Adelaide today. MCCA comprises Commonwealth, State, Territory and New Zealand Ministers responsible for fair trading, consumer protection laws, trade measurement and credit laws.
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- Trade Credit, Collateral, and Adverse Selection Murray Z. Frank1 and Vojislav Maksimovic2 Current draft: February 26, 2004. ABSTRACT We show how trade credit use depends on the value of collateral in a repossession, as well
- Abstract: This paper investigates whether product market power affects trade credit decisions. We exploit the 2007-08 credit crisis in the U.S. as a source of variation in the importance of product market power for trade credit. We find that a one standard deviation increase in market power is
- Table 1 shows the variable definitions and their means. We include measures of trade credit, general firm characteristics, indicators of market power of the firm relative to its customers, access to bank financing, length of the supplier-customer relation, and product characteristics of the goods sold on credit.
- We find that suppliers with relatively weaker market power are more likely to extend trade credit and have a larger share of goods sold on credit. We also examine the importance of financial