Problems of company financing via IPO in the Czech capital market
The present paper aims at research into the causes of the low interest of Czech companies in financing their activities through IPOs, research into implemented IPOs in the modern history of the Czech capital market, and an outline of perspectives of further development in this area. To achieve the specified aims, secondary research into relevant literature was carried out as well as primary research in Czech companies.
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Volume (Year): 2008 (2008)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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