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Author
Białowolski Piotr (Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie)
Title
Influence of Payment Delays on Financial Expectations of Polish Companies
Source
Ekonomika i Organizacja Przedsiębiorstwa, 2010, nr 12, s. 73-84, tab., bibliogr. 14 poz.
Economics and Organization of Enterprise
Keyword
Obrót płatniczy, Płatność, Finanse przedsiębiorstwa
Payment turnover, Payment, Enterprise finance
Note
summ.
Abstract
In this paper author investigates the influence of problems with overdue receivables on the expectations of Polish companies with respect to their future financial situation. It is established, that expected problems with delays are significant factor that influences future stale of finances in a company. It is shown that relatively the highest impact of receivables on the future situation of companies is observed in the telecommunication sector, while in case of the financial sector the impact is very moderate. A counterintuitive relation between company size and the impact of receivables is established. The analysis has shown that large enterprises, although generally much better prepared for delays are much more affected by the changes in the payment pattern of their customers controlling the current financial situation. (original abstract)
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ISSN
0860-6846
Language
eng
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