By John Y. Lee, Marc J. Epstein
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Experimental Design and Treatment Groups. of Excess An Experimental Investigation of Strategic Budgeting 11 given a new budget for the year, which for half of the groups with the tighter budget manipulation, was contingent on prior year spending decisions. The same spending decisions were made for each year. Dependent Variables The dependent variable of primary interest in this study was the level of spending, measured as a percentage of funds available. The primary means for measuring this variable was from responses on how much of an excess budget amount, available at the beginning of the last month of the year, would be spent before the end of the year.
We classify firms as high tech based on their R&D intensity. In addition, we analyze the software industry as a special case of the high-tech industry. The empirical analyses are based on the surveys of the Finnish small high-tech firms. This paper extends the current literature in three main respects. g. Graham & Harvey, 2001; Stanley & Block, 1984; Sangster, 1993; Gitman & Forrester, 1977). Second, the paper investigates how the special characteristics of the high-tech firms affect their capital budgeting decisions.
We anticipate that small high-tech firms face certain difficulties in executing their investment projects because fast-growing firms usually have financing problems at the early stage of the business life cycle, sources of capital are limited and competition equity funding is stiff in small high-tech firms. It can be argued that high-tech firms avoid running into debt and prefer to use long-term debt rather than short-term debt. It is also assumed that at the early stage of the business life cycle small high-tech firms seek co-owners and business partners for growth purposes.