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Factors That Influence Financial Investment Activity of Russian Firms and its Effect on Firm's Perfomance

Student: Rymbek Egizekov

Supervisor: Dmitry Makarov

Faculty: International College of Economics and Finance

Educational Programme: Double degree programme in Economics of the NRU HSE and the University of London (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

Current research focuses on analysis of Russian firm investment demand under short period of time conditions and its effect on frim performance. The main hypotheses of research is that financial investment would increase from its return from previous years and decrease if new debt was issued and debt payments are increased and return from capital assets were higher. The second hypothesis is that frim value would be more sensitive by return from financial assets than capital assets, as profit gap theory suggests. The data collected from top 500 Russian companies for 2018 year from RBC publisher. Sample is a balanced dated panel, consisted from 100 selected firms, for the three years 2015-2017.

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