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Debtor-in-possession financing and bankruptcy resolution: Empirical evidence

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  • Dahiya, Sandeep
  • John, Kose
  • Puri, Manju
  • Ramirez, Gabriel

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  • Dahiya, Sandeep & John, Kose & Puri, Manju & Ramirez, Gabriel, 2003. "Debtor-in-possession financing and bankruptcy resolution: Empirical evidence," Journal of Financial Economics, Elsevier, vol. 69(1), pages 259-280, July.
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