Relationship Between Capital Structure and Firm Performance, Evidence From Growth Enterprise Market in China

Jiahui MA

Abstract


SMEs play an important role in Chinese economy, and along with the launch of China GEM, the pressure of SMEs financing will be reduced. This research established simultaneous equations of capital structure and corporation performance, applicant INN to estimate the equation and then find out the interactive relationship between capital structure and corporation performance. The results show that capital structure and corporation performance exist interactive relationship and capital structure, growth ability, equity concentration, board and corporation scale will significantly influence corporation performance. Profitability, growth ability, debt paying ability, collateral value of assets and enterprise scale will significantly influence capital structure. 


Keywords


China GEM; Capital structure; Corporation performance; Interactive relationship

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6322

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