Optimisation of short term commercial bank loans to corporates in terms of financing operating activities in Slovenia
This paper presents the mathematical model for determination of the optimal amount of short term commercial bank loans to corporate sector in Slovenia which is based on probabilistic inventory models. The goal of this paper is complete optimisation of cash inventories of corporate sector in the national economy. The results of optimisation are important for the corporate sector and for commercial banks. The optimal order quantity is an amount of short term commercial bank loan to corporates and defines a lending potential of commercial banks in a national economy. As such is important for the central bank when conducting monetary policy. Special emphasis has been given to determinants of optimal order quantity, which reflect market conditions in national economy. Copyright Springer-Verlag 2007
Volume (Year): 15 (2007)
Issue (Month): 4 (November)
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