Professor Coordenador
Escola Superior de Tecnologia
de Viseu - IPV
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Papers in international scientific periodicals with referees

Author(s): Júlio Pindado, Luís Rodrigues e Chabela de la Torre
Title: " Estimating Financial distress Likelihood"
Journal: Journal of Business Research,
Publisher: Elsevier
Number, Volume or Year: in print
Number of first and last page: 9 pages
Year of publication: 2008
Referenced in : ISI e JCR 

Author(s): Júlio Pindado, Luís Rodrigues e Chabela de la Torre
Title: " How Do Insolvency Codes Affect a Firm's Investment?"
Journal: International Review of Law and Economics,
Publisher: Elsevier
Number, Volume or Year: in print
Number of first and last page: in print
Year of publication: forthcoming
Referenced in : ISI e JCR
Notes: This work got the Sanches Alcover prize when it was presented in the XIII congresso Nacional de la Associación Científica de Economía y Dirección de la Empresa (ACEDE) 

Author(s): Júlio Pindado, Luís Rodrigues e Chabela de la Torre
Title: " How does financial distress affect the SMEs's financial structure?"
Journal: Small Business Economics,
Publisher: Kluwer
Number, Volume or Year: Volume 26
Number of first and last page: 377-391
Year of publication: 2006
Referenced in : ISI e JCR 
 

Author(s): Júlio Pindado e Luís Rodrigues
Title: " The determinants of financial distress costs"
Journal: Financial Markets and Portfolio Management
Publisher: Elsevier
Number, Volume or Year: Volume 19
Number of first and last page: 341-360
Year of publication: 2005
Referenced in : EBSCO, EconLit, RePEc
Notes: (This work got the "FMPM Best Paper Award" of 2005 by Swiss Society for Financial Market Research)

Author(s): Júlio Pindado e Luís Rodrigues
Title: "Parsimonious models of financial insolvency in small companies"
Journal: Small Business Economics,
Publisher: Kluwer
Number, Volume or Year: Volume 22
Number of first and last page: 51-56
Year of publication: 2004
Referenced in : ISI e JCR


 

Papers in national periodicals with referees

Author(s): Luís Rodrigues
Title: "Indicadores e Diagnóstico de Situações de Insolvência em PME\'s Portuguesas"
Journal: Revista Portuguesa de Gestão
Publisher: ISCTE
Number, Volume or Year: nº 11
Number of first and last page: 17-40
Year of publication: 1998


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Estimating Financial distress Likelihood
This study develops an ex-ante model for estimating financial distress likelihood (FDL), and contributes to the literature by presenting a financially-based definition of distress that is independent of its legal consequences, a theoretically supported model for the FDL, and an appropriate methodology that uses panel data to eliminate the unobservable heterogeneity. The model is then estimated cross-sectionally to obtain an indicator of the likelihood of financial distress that incorporates the specificity of each company. In doing so, this study provides a well-specified model that is stable in terms of magnitude, sign and significance of the coefficients and, more importantly, that yields a measure of the FDL that is more robust to time and the international context than the estimates of FDL that are based on seminal models. This measure could be appropriate for use in future research that deals with FDL, such as capital structure and the prevention of financial distress.
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How Do Insolvency Codes Affect a Firmís Investment?
This paper provides an ex ante analysis of the effect of financial insolvency codes on investment by examining the main characteristics embodied in several codes that may cause investment distortions.
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How does Financial Distress Affect Small Firmsí Financial Structure?
This paper provides new evidence on the financial structure of small firms by emphasizing the role played by financial distress. We specify a model of debt adjustments that allows us to investigate the specific nature of the adjustment process towards target debt levels in small firms, which is then extended to account for the effect of financial distress on financial structure decisions.
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Parsimonious Models of Financial Insolvency in Small Companies
This study is an extension of current research on insolvency diagnosis. We intend to demonstrate that in small firms, the relevant information for the preventive diagnosis of insolvency can be synthesised in a model built upon a more reduced number of economic and financial ratios than the ones generally used in this kind of study.
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Determinants of Financial Distress Costs
This paper provides international evidence on financial distress costs. To achieve this aim, we have developed a model where financial distress costs are determined, on the one hand, by making use of a more accurate indicator of the probability of financial distress and, on the other, by a set of variables that,
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