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References Alatalo, R. (2010). Trade credit use during a financial crisis: evidence from the U.K. of a nonexisting trade credit channel, Aalto University, School of Economics. Altunok, F. (2011). Determinants of trade credit contract terms, North Carolina State University. Brennan, M.J., Maksimovic, V., Zechner, J. (1988). Vendor financing, Journal of Finance, Vol. 43, Issue 5, p. 1127-1141. Chant, E.M., Walker D.A. (1988). Small business demand for trade credit, Applied Economics, Vol. 20, p. 861-876. Cull, R., Colin Xu, L., Zhu, T. (2009). Formal finance and

remained within the EU bloc. This suggests that adjacency, commonality of cultures and languages, and distance remain significant determinants of trade. Elements of the trade determinants applied in this study have been actualized in the gravity model. The gravity model that has proved to be considerably successful in explaining bilateral trade flows and assessing regional trade agreements ( Bergstrand 1985 ; Fratianni and Kang 2006 ; Jayasinghe and Sarker 2008 ; Prentice, Wang, and Urbina 1998 ). The GCC provides regional economic integration, and its trade

Abstract. The paper assesses the aggregate impact of exchange rate variability on EU trade. A small econometric model is constructed and estimated for five countries: France, Italy, Germany, the UK and Belgium. The results show that there exists a long-term relationship between trade variables and relative costs, demand, exchange rates and expected exchange rates. No such relation exists with respect to volatility. It is also found that while the most important determinants of trade variables are relative wages and demand, variability is also responsible for a

outflows, given that they show different patterns for different countries. The parametric tech- niques point out the remarkable role of both geographic distance and trade integration. However, the most relevant results are yielded by nonparametric techniques, which we use due to the lack of well-established results on the determinants of trade in assets. These techniques reveal that the effect of the covariates on banking integration is not constant over the conditional distribution which (in practical terms) implies that the sign of the relationship varies across

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Crisis. International Review of Finance, 10 (1), 125-147. Marotta, G. (2000). Trade Credit in Italy: Evidence from Individual Firm Data. Working Paper. Retrieved from: http://econpapers.repec.org/paper/modmodena/0006.htm . Marotta, G. (2005). When Do Trade Credit Discounts Matter? Evidence from Italian Firm-level Data. Applied Economics, 37 (4), 403-416. McMillan, J., Woodruff, Ch. (1999). Interfirm Relationships and Informal Credit in Vietnam. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 114 (4), 1285-1320. Nadiri, M.I. (1969). The Determinants of Trade Credit in the U

Tables and Figures 8.2 Logistic regression of determinants of trade-union membership and pro-union attitudes of non-union members, Australia 8.3 Union member participation rates, Australia Figures 1.1 Contact centres: Infl uences and intersections 7.1 ‘Dude, Where’s My Childhood? Just a corner not very far away from the bits and bytes of Tech City.’ xii Tables and Figures

). Debt & Macroeconomic stability. OECD Economics Department Policy Notes, (16), 1-36. Owusu-Manu, D. G., Holt, G. D., Edwards, D. J., & Badu, E. (2014). Determinants of trade credit supply among the Ghanaian construction sector. Built Environment Project and Asset Management, 4(4), 368-383. Ribeiro, H. N. R., Vaicekauskas, T., & Lakštutienė, A. (2012). The effect of public debt and other determination the economic growth of selected European countries. Economic and management, 17(3), 914-921. Snieška, V., & Drakšaitė, A. (2013). Evaluation of sustainability of the

. Journal of Business Research , 57 (1), 1–13. 14. Leszczyński, G., & Zieliński, M. (2011). Trade fairs as source of knowledge — the role of trade fairs organizer . 27th IMP Conference, Glasgow, Scotlant. 15. Lin, Y. (2016). An examination of determinants of trade show exhibitors’ behavioral intention. A stakeholder perspective. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management , 28 (12), 2630–2653. 16. Palumbo, F., & Herbig, P. A. (2002). Trade Shows and Fairs: An Important Part of the International Promotion Mix. Journal of Promotion Management , 8 (1