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Working Capital Management: Theory and Strategy

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Working Capital Management: Theory and Strategy
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740303803
Number of pages: 48

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This free book critically evaluates the strategic financial and marketing significance of credit terms management within a theoretical context of wealth maximisation and empirical research. Although most companies still adhere to standard industry terms even when so many debtors default, we shall prove that if a company is unique with respect to its revenue function, cost function, access to the capital market and customer clientele, its optimal debtor policy will be unique.

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