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collat.

collateral.
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Arline Savage, Ph.D., is a professor and chair of the Department of Accounting and Finance, Collat School of Business, at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
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We control for three loan contract terms, a dummy for whether collateral is pledged (COLLAT); a dummy for whether the loan is drawn under a commitment (COMMIT); and the total credit size, including the amount of any commitment (CREDIT SIZE).
I would like to thank my colleagues Kay Emfinger, Assistant Professor of early childhood education at UAB, Ching-lan Yin, graduate assistant in elementary and early childhood at UAB, and Charles Collat, Chairman of the Mayer Electric Foundation, for their assistance in choosing these articles for review.
* difficulties in providing adequate collateral or assets (COLLAT);
The average cost of absence per blue collat worker would increase from $58.34 to $69.36 for the 3-month period examined.
Frank Messina, DBA, CPA, is the Alumni & Friends Endowed Professor of Accounting at the Collat School of Business, the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), and also serves as the tax scholar-in-residence for Carr, Riggs & Ingram LLC.
James Byrd, Jr., CPA, CHFP, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of accounting in the Birmingham Collat School of Business at the University of Alabama.