0570 TABLE 5 IMPACT OF MONETARY POLICY ON RECEIVABLES TURNOVER RATIO Regression Analysis DV: Receivables Turnover IVs Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Intercept 1.
Table 5 shows the results of the robust regressions that explain firms' receivables turnover ratios by firm characteristics, the medium and the heavy industry dummies, the time variable, the "Contractionary" dummy, and the Leverage *Contractionary interaction term.
The experts identified nine indicators they considered the most appropriate for evaluating the efficiency of separate Lithuanian economic sectors, namely 1) gross profit margin, 2) profitability ratio, 3) return on assets ratio, 4) debt ratio, 5) leverage ratio, 6) current ratio, 7) receivables turnover ratio, 8) fixed assets turnover ratio, 9) equity turnover ratio.
The receivables turnover ratio indicates how rapidly an enterprise receives payments for goods and services delivered (sales / amounts receivable in one year).
That may be caused by relatively high values of gross profit margin, current ratio, and receivables turnover ratio.
Furthermore, both construction and real estate sectors experienced rather low values receivables turnover ratio suggesting delay in settlements peculiar for these sectors.
During the crisis receivables turnover ratio become 5.
As can be seen in Table 3, receivables turnover ratio is one of the most affected ratios among others.
Other ratios are not affected as much as receivables turnover ratio during the economic crisis.