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Determinanty inwestycji finansowych przedsiębiorstw w Polsce

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  • Natalia Nehrebecka
  • Anna Białek-Jaworska
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    W artykule zidentyfikowano determinanty wielkości inwestycji finansowych przedsiębiorstw w Polsce i ich zależności od oszczędności i stopy procentowej. Analizę przeprowadzono na podstawie jednostkowych danych panelowych niezbilansowanych przedsiębiorstw, zatrudniających co najmniej 10 pracowników, zawartych w rocznych sprawozdaniach GUS F-02 z lat 1995–2012. Do oszacowania parametrów wykorzystano systemowy estymator GMM (Generalised Methods of Moments; por. Arellano, Bover [1995]; Blundell, Bond [1998]) z odporną macierzą wariancji-kowariancji. Wykazano istotną ujemną zależność między inwestycjami finansowymi a nadwyżką pieniężną wygenerowaną z działalności operacyjnej, co oznacza, że problemy z utrzymaniem płynności w podstawowej działalności skłaniają przedsiębiorstwa do zwiększania długoterminowych inwestycji finansowych zgodnie z motywem przezornościowym. Natomiast akumulacja nadwyżki pieniężnej z działalności operacyjnej w postaci oszczędności powoduje wzrost długoterminowych inwestycji finansowych. Wykazano też dodatni wpływ realnej międzybankowej stopy procentowej overnight. Potwierdza to występowanie motywu przezornościowego. Łącznie uzyskane wyniki pozwalają wnioskować, iż wzrost stóp procentowych oznacza rosnący koszt alternatywny inwestycji w środki trwałe i może zachęcać firmy do przeznaczenia oszczędności na zakup aktywów finansowych (kanał stopy procentowej polityki pieniężnej) zamiast na inwestycje w środki trwałe lub prace rozwojowe (B+R).

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    Volume (Year): (2016)
    Issue (Month): 3 ()
    Pages: 35-55

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