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Corporate sickness and institutional financing in India
Prasanna K. Biswasroy
|Statement||Prasanna K. Biswasroy, Jagannath Panda, and Promod K. Sahu.|
|Contributions||Panda, Jagannath, 1952-, Sahu, Promod K. 1942-|
|LC Classifications||HC433 .B57 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 223 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||90901050|
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markets in India. The third section analyses the resource mobilisation of the manufacturing sector as well as selected industries and also tests the empirical validity of pecking order theorem in the current context of the Indian corporate sector.
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The emergence of venture capital companies is a relatively new phenomenon in India. In the absence of an organised venture capital industry in India untilindividual investors and. the structure of corporate finance must, apart from institutional issues, attempt to fathom why the firm as an issuer of securities would resort more to debt than equity.
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