Design of Insolvency Regimes across Countries, forthcoming
Share of capital sunk in zombie firms in 2013
Note: Zombie firms are defined as firms aged ≥10 years and with an interest coverage ratio<1 over three consecutive years. The sample excludes firms that are larger than 100 times the 99th percentile of the size distribution in terms of capital stock or number of employees.
Source: Adalet McGowan, Andrews and Millot (2017), based on ORBIS data.
OECD indicator of insolvency regimes
Increasing in barriers to exit or restructuring
Note: Composite indicator based on 12 components.
Source: Calculations based on the OECD questionnaire on insolvency regimes.
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Huffington Post - Central Bankers’Bubble and its aftermath
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The Australian - A messy end ahead for developed world's zombie firms
The Economist - How to kill a corporate zombie
Livemint - Zombie companies stop productivity growth
Bloomberg View - How Zombie Companies Stop Productivity Growth
The Economist - Attack of the Zombie firms
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