Current Assets Policies of European Corporations: A Critical Examination
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This paper studies the current assets policies of selected European corporations and highlights the probable areas of strengths and weaknesses of European current assets practices and their economic implications for global competition.
We compare European corporations’ current assets practices with similar corporations in the United States and their European counterparts, and evaluate the comparative efficacy of the short-term working capital management policies.
KeywordsWorking Capital Capital Management Current Asset European Firm European Industry
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