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Sources of Financing Private Investment in East European Countries


  • Shemetilo, Dimitri

    (The Center for Economic Research Graduate Education (CERGE-EI))


While the savings of enterprises still represent the main source of investment capital, the relative share of this source is decreasing over time and the role of banking credit as a source of private investment is increasing in the case of the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland, (while Hungary investment still rely on foreign sources and self-financing). One can conclude that the role of the banking system increases with the growing share of banking credit in private investments and consequently in these countries we can expect an increase of the banks' influence on industrial restructuring, since a growth of banking credits financing investment gives commercial banks more power to control and monitor enterprises.

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  • Shemetilo, Dimitri, 1995. "Sources of Financing Private Investment in East European Countries," East European Series 26, Institute for Advanced Studies.
  • Handle: RePEc:ihs:ihsrop:26

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    1. Kogut, Bruce, 1989. "The Stability of Joint Ventures: Reciprocity and Competitive Rivalry," Journal of Industrial Economics, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 38(2), pages 183-198, December.
    2. Darrough, Masako N & Stoughton, Neal M, 1989. "A Bargaining Approach to Profit Sharing in Joint Ventures," The Journal of Business, University of Chicago Press, vol. 62(2), pages 237-270, April.
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