Debt financing and R&D investments
AbstractOur model shows that firm's debt-equity ratio decreases with R&D investment returns, firms' R&D specialization degree, and internal funds availability. Our basic hypothesis is that firms specialized in R&D assimilate faster than others their R&D investment.
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R&D; Debt financing;
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