By Stefania Rossi
This publication explores how the worldwide monetary and ecu sovereign debt crises have pressured small-and-medium-sized companies (SMEs) to re-examine and adapt their investment innovations. on the center of the problem is the worsening entry to financial institution credits for such firms. via this dialogue we learn the way an important an figuring out of SME-financing is to coverage makers, in gentle of the truth that SMEs dominate the company panorama in Europe and are the most drivers of employment, progress and innovation within the ecu economic climate. Contributing chapters current specialist research and examine many subject matters together with the issues confronted by way of SMEs in getting access to financial institution credits and the price of investment and its determinants. specific realization can also be given to how credit-constrained organisations may possibly reformulate their investment concepts by way of making use of replacement, non-bank, monetary assets, and the way regulators might help SMEs in broadening and bettering their investment opportunities.
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