Costly Public Disclosure and the Choice Between Private and Public Debt

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This paper examines the implications of costly public disclosure within the context of a firm’s financing choice between private and public debt. Because private debt avoids costly public disclosure, extant theory posits that firms who discern disadvantages in disclosing firm specific information publicly will find it cost efficient to raise funds in… (More)

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