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Trade Credit Insurance and Asymmetric Information Problem

References American Insurance Corporation, 2013. Companies turning to Trade Credit Insurance in an unpredictable and debt-laden world. Zurich: American Insurance Corporation. Ascari, R., 2007. Export credit agency a misnomer? The ECA Response to a changing world: CFO, Sace. Auboin, M., and Engemann, M., 2014. Testing the trade credit and trade link: Evidence from data on export credit insurance. Review of World Economics, 150(4), 715-743. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10290-014-0195-4 Baker, J

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Trade Credit Insurance and Asymmetric Information Problem

References American Insurance Corporation, 2013. Companies turning to Trade Credit Insurance in an unpredictable and debt-laden world . Zurich: American Insurance Corporation. Ascari, R., 2007. Export credit agency a misnomer? The ECA Response to a changing world : CFO, Sace. Auboin, M., and Engemann, M., 2014. Testing the trade credit and trade link: Evidence from data on export credit insurance. Review of World Economics, 150 (4), 715-743. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10290-014-0195-4 Baker, J. C., 2003. Financing International

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The Challenges of Competitiveness in Southeast European Countries

marketing management for health management: cross impact matrix and TOWS. Journal of Management in Medicine. 14 (1): 47-56. http://www.emeraldinsight.com Ray, J.E. 1995. Managing Official Export Credits. Washington, DC: Institute for International Economics. Reich, R. 1997. Piirideta maailm. Valmistrumine 21, sajandi kapitalismiks. London, UK: Simon & Schuster Ltd. Rosenthal, D. 1993. Some Conceptual Considerations on the Nature of Technological Capability Build-Up. http

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Export Promotion Aims and Reality: A Comparison of the Iberian, Baltic and Central European Region

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Inability of Gearing-Ratio as Predictor for Early Warning Systems

. (2009), “Using neural networks and data mining techniques for the financial distress prediction model”, Expert Systems with Applications, Vol. 36, No. 2, pp. 4075-4086. 17. Chi, L. C., Tang, T. C. (2006), “Bankruptcy prediction: Application of logit analysis in export credit risks”, Australian Journal of Management, Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 17-27. 18. Creditreform Wirtschaftsforschung Austria (2011), “Insolvenzen in Europa: Jahr 2010/11”, available at: http://www.creditreform.at/fileadmin/user_upload/Oesterreich/Downloads/Insolv enz/Insolvenzen_in_Europa_2010.pdf (13

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The Relevance of Trend Variables for the Prediction of Corporate Crises and Insolvencies

Journal of Accounting and Finance, 2 (2): 75 - 93. Chi, L.-C. & Tang, T.-C., (2006), ‘Bankruptcy prediction: Application of logit analysis in export credit risks’, Australian Journal of Management, 31 (1): 17 - 27. Coats, P. K. & Fant, F. L., (1993), ‘Recognizing financial distress patterns using a neural network tool’, Financial Management, 22: 142 - 155. Cressy, R., (2006), ‘Why do most firms die young?’, Small Business Economics, 26: 103 - 116. Dambolena, I. G. & Khoury, S. J., (1980), ‘Ratio stability

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Changes in the fiscal policy of EU states after the 2008 crisis

disturbance in the economy of any Member State.’ The following instruments of government assistance to enterprises were implemented under the EERP: direct recapitalization; government guarantees on loans; loans at reduced interest rates; export credit insurances; investment in ecological production; and incentives to invest in company shares. The EC approved government aid in 22 countries, of which only 19 took it up. The aid was mainly targeted at small- and medium-sized enterprises and could not exceed EUR 500,000. An exception was made for the

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