2) M.A., Zariyawatia, M.N., Annuar A.S (1992) “Effect of working capital management on profitability of firms inMalaysia to University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.
Volume 3; Pages No 132-142 Myers.S., & Allen. F. (1997) 3 in a study on “Determinants of profitability underliningthe working capital management and cost structure of Sri Lankan companies”. Efficientworking management is an integral part of the overall corporate strategy create shareholder v a l u e . R e s e a r c h e r s i n v e s t i g a t e d t h e r e l a t i o n b e t w e e n t h e c o m p a n i e s w o r k i n g c a p i t a l . T h i s relationship is examined using correlation and regression analysis. In this research, researchershave selected a sample of 65 Sri Lankan companies listed on Colombo Stock Exchange for a period of 5 years from 2003-2007, researchers have studied the effect of different variables of working capital management and cost structure on the profitability of Sri Lankan companiesincluding the debtors turn over in days. Inventory turnover in days and working capital c yclerepresenting the working capital and administrative selling and finance expenses repressing thecost structure.Brealey, R., (1997) 4 in a study on, “Working Capital management concepts work sheet university of phoenix”. Concept application of concept in the Simulation reference toc o n c e p t i n r e a d i n g c a s h c o n v e r s i o n c yc l e c a s h c o n v e r s i o n s i s t h e p r o c e s s o f m a n a g i n g a company’s cash inflows and outflows. In the simulation, the finance manager was responsiblefor balancing sales with collections or accounts receivables (cash inflows) and purchases with payments or accounts payables (cash outflows). This delicate balance maintains the company’s balance sheet keeping the cash and loans in a situation of financial stability and keeping themoney from being tied up. Principles of corporate finance. Working capital management. New York: McGraw-Hill.Abdul Rahim (1999) 5 in a study on, “ Relationship between the efficiency of workingcapital management and company size”. The General Electric (GE), the creative company isnow bringing light to healthcare finance. Recent surveys of healthcare Chief Financial Officers(CFO’S) revealed that an overwhelming majority feel that the management of working capitalhas become increasingly more and more difficult and the difficulty f acilities and increasingcapital spending on a yearly basis. 3) Myers.S., & Allen. F. (1997) “Determinants of profitability underlining the working capital managementand cost structure of Sri Lankan companies” Volume 3; Pages No 132-1354) Brealey, R., (1997) “Working capital management Working Capital management concepts work sheetuniversity of phoenix”. Volume 1; Pages No 123-128
Working capital is the required to finance the day to day operations of an organization. In every period we studied. Eda ORUC (2005) 7 in the study “ Relationship between the efficiency of working capital management and company size”. The data of this study covers sixty periods as the total of quarterly financial statement of 55 manufacturing companies which were in operation in IstanbulS t o c k e x c h a n g e ( I S E ) b e t w e e n t h e years 1993 and 2007. Volume 1. Working capital requirements have to do with profitability and much more to do with cash flow. the effect of change inmanagement efficiency in working capital management in to the chane in working capital iscompared by company size and sectors. in the change in working capital. for inventories short term commercial receivables and short term commercial liabilities.5) Abdul Rahim (1999) “ Relationship between the efficiency of working capital management and companysize”. The change in management efficiency will affect the change in working capital in away as increaser or reducer from on period to another. It is also observed that efficiency change in themanagement of the short term commercial receivables and the short term commercial liabilities by the company sizes and sectors make a positive effect in to the change in working capital. In this study. (2001) 6 in a study on. In all sectors considered.edu. Products in stock are at full cost. Workingcapital may be require to bridge the gap be tween buying of stocked items to eventual paymentfor goods sold on account. As it is known. Pages No 115-119 Kouma Guy. and observed the effect of reducing of efficiency in inventory management.tr Volume 5. “ Working capital management in healthcare”. effectively they are company cashresources which are out of circulation therefore additional working capital is required to meetthis gap which can only be reclaimed when the stocks are sold (and only if these stocks are notreplaced) and payment for them is received. Issue 1 .Mehmet SEN. one of the reasons which c a u s e c h a n g e i n w o r k i n g c a p i t a l f r o m o n e p e r i o d t o a n o t h e r i s t h e c h a n g e i n m a n a g e m e n t efficiency. page No76-89
. Working capital also has to fund the gap when products are on hand but being held in stock. 6) Kouma Guy. (2001)“ Working capital management in healthcare” www. a n d calculated the effect of change in managemen t efficiency on to the effect of working capitalchange.@akdesniz.
Average payment period and cash conversion cycle for a sample of fifty Nigerian firms listed onthe Nigerian stock exchange. inventory turnover in days. Pages No 32-42 Deniz KOKSAl. Empirical findings of the study showt h a t a c c o u n t s receivables period. inventory period and leverage affect firm p r o f i t a b i l i t y negatively. while growth (in sales) affects firm profitability positively. Working capital Management and corporate profitability: Evidence from panel data analysis of s e l e c t e d q u o t e d c o m p a n i e s i n N i g e r i a .@akdesniz. Furthermore. where time-series and cross – sectionalobservations were combined and estimated. the study found no significant variations in theeffects of working capital management between large and small firms. a sampleconsisting of Istanbul stock exchange (ISE) listed manufacturing firms for the period of 1998 -2007 has been analysed under a multiple regression model. 8) Deniz KOKSAl.tr Volume 2. (2005) 8 in a study on “ Research Journal of Business Management”. Eda ORUC (2005) “ Relationship between the efficiency of working capital management andcompany size”.edu. These results suggest thatmanagers can create value for their shareholders if the firms manage their working capital inmore efficient ways by reducing the number of days accounts receivable and i nventories to areasonable minimum. T h e s t u d y a i m e d t o p r o v i d e e m p i r i c a l e v i d e n c e about the effects of working capital management on profitability performance for a panel madeup of a sample of Nigerian quoted non-financial firms for the period 1996-2005. The studyutilized panel data econometrics in a pooled regression. (2005)“ Research Journal of Business Management”. The aim of this study is to analyze t he effect of working capital management on firm profitability.David N Jose (2007) 9 in a study on “ The international Journal of Applied Economicsand Finance” The effect of working capital Management on firm profitability : Evidence fromTurkey. Volume 1. to consider statistically significant relationships between firm profitability and the components of cash conversion cycle at length. The study found a significant negative relationship between net operating profitability and the average collection period. www.7) Mehmet SEN. Pages No 232-242
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