Category: G – Financial Economics


Inventory Management and Firm’s Performance During the Period of Financial Constraints: An Empirical Analysis of SME Sector in Greece

Inventory is one of the most essential component of firm’s current assets. Their efficient management notably determines the achievement of firm’s economic and financial objects. The major objective of this study is to examine the effectiveness of inventory management adopted by small and medium enterprises (SME) in the region of Epirus, in Greece. The study


Financial Slack and Firm Performance During an Economic Downturn

This conference contribution examines whether financial slack has an impact on performance in the particularly hostile environment of an economic downturn. Organizational theory posits that the impact of high levels of slack on performance should be positive during such a time, as excess resources buffer the core of the firm from external shocks. Using the