Corporate strategy and capital structure – An analysis of the linkages between them
Corporate strategy is an approach to increase the value, profitability and productivity within the business. On the other side, capital structure is about maintaining the stable of sources of finance for the company that is means performing effective financial management.
Financial decisions are considered an important part of corporate strategy. Equity and debt are considered as financial tools as well as strategic tools of corporate governance.
This research study examines the integration between finance and strategy research through evaluating how financial decisions are related to corporate strategy. In particular the research study evaluates the relationship between capital structure and corporate strategy.
- Chen, M. C., Cheng, S. J., & Hwang, Y. (2005). An empirical investigation of the relationship between intellectual capital and firms' market value and financial performance. Journal of intellectual capital. 6(2). pp.159-176.
- Romano, C. A., Tanewski, G. A., & Smyrnios, K. X. (2001). Capital structure decision making: A model for family business. Journal of Business Venturing. 16(3). pp.285-310.
- Gompers, P., & Lerner, J. (2000). The determinants of corporate venture capital success: Organizational structure, incentives, and complementarities. In Concentrated corporate ownership (pp. 17-54). University of Chicago Press.