Definition for : Incentive contracting
Incentive contracting hypothesis tries to link the Maturity structure of Debt with a company's growth prospects. Specifically, some researchers find that high-growth companies tend to have more short-term Debts, while others do not find enough evidence for that.
(See Chapter 36 Returning cash to shareholders of the Vernimmen)
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