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Gill, A., Biger, N. and Neil, M. (2010) The Relationship Between Working Capital Management and Profitability: Evidence from The United States. Business and Economics Journal, 2010, BEJ-10.
http://astonjournals.com/manuscripts/Vol2010/BEJ-10_Vol2010.pdf

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  • TITLE: Working Capital Management and Firms’ Profitability: Evidence from Quoted Firms on the Nigerian Stock Exchange

    AUTHORS: F. O. Olaoye, J. A. Adekanbi, O. E. Oluwadare

    KEYWORDS: Working Capital Management, Return on Assets, Cash Collection Period, Cash Payment Period, Current Ratio, Inventory Period

    JOURNAL NAME: Intelligent Information Management, Vol.11 No.3, May 24, 2019

    ABSTRACT: Over the years, it appeared that firms failed to subject short-term investments to proper management thereby leading to either excessive or inadequate working capital which in turn affected their profitability. To empirically satisfy this, this paper examined working capital management and firms’ profitability in Nigeria quoted firms on Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE). A panel data methodology was used with different regression estimators to analyze this relationship based on a balanced panel of 10 listed firms during the period 2008-2017. It was discovered that cash collection period and cash payment period exerted a negative impact on return on assets, though the impact was only significant for cash payment period on the ground of −0.064 (p = 0.000 −0.032 (p = 0.077 > 0.05). Also discovered was that both the current ratio and inventory period exerted a positive impact on return on assets, though the impact was only significant for current ratio on the ground of 8.172 (p = 0.000 0.05). The study concluded that working capital management affected firms’ profitability in Nigeria. Therefore it was recommended that while the shorter collection was maintained, payment to creditors should not be elongated so as to enjoy cash discount (if any) and that firms should be proactive in the management of raw materials in order to avoid idle resources that might negatively impact their financial performance.