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The Determinants of Capital Structure : Evidence from the GCC Countries

@inproceedings{Sbeiti2010TheDO,
  title={The Determinants of Capital Structure : Evidence from the GCC Countries},
  author={Wafaa Sbeiti},
  year={2010}
}
This paper investigates the determinants of capital structure in the context of three GCC countries and the impact of their stock markets' development on the financing choices of firms operating in these markets. This study has adopted the approach of combining the dynamism of capital structure and the impact of stock market development on firms financing choices. The GCC countries are non-tax paying entities which make them an interesting case to investigate whether the determinants of the… 

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