On the Solvency of Firms: Can Government’s Intervention Reduce External Financing of Firms’ Working Capital in Nigeria?
This chapter intends to examine the relationship between government incentives and the mode of firms’ finance of their operation in Nigeria. Specifically, it does relate the solvency of the firm with the quality of their financing decisions and observed if government incentives such as creation of export processing zones and industrial parks will affect the firm’s decision of depending on...
Published at Dead Firms: Causes and Effects of Cross-border Corporate Insolvency
Published in 2015
Efobi, U., Tanankem, V. B., Beecroft, I. and Okougbo, P.
Beecroft Ibukun » Beecroft is an Economics Researcher and Faculty at Covenant University (CU), Nigeria, from where she holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics. She also holds a master’s degree from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies, United Kingdom. She has prior experience working with the Office for National Statistics, London, United Kingdom, as well as with Zenith Bank Plc... view full profile
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