The impact of economic downturn on firms was analyzed using data from 1992. Results indicate that more highly leveraged firms are more vulnerable to economic distress.
leverage, capital structure
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Opler, Tim C. and Titman, Sheridan, "The Indirect Costs of Financial Distress" (1993). Historical Working Papers. 159.