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Significant differences in patients' satisfaction in the tangibility dimension were seen between private sector and public sector hospitals in the present study and such observations were also reported in other studies from Pakistan, Northern Cyprus and Bangladesh; where satisfaction scores were better in private hospitals as compared to public hospitals.
MLSV = f(EXCESS_CONTROL, BANK_DEBT/TOTAL_DEBT, TANGIBILITY, LEVERAGE, SIZE, AGE, FCF, Industry dummies, Year dummies), (1)
Factors of common interest include inflation, debt rate, taxation, asset structure, macroeconomics, firm size, tangibility, cost of financial distress and profitability.
This measure of tangibility or maturity of the assets has been widely used by various international studies to verify if the term of the debts is matched with the maturity of the assets (Stohs and Mauer, 1996: Graham and Harvey, 2001: Scherr and Hurlburt, 2001: Ozkan, 2000, 2002: Heyman et al.
Payout ratio and tangibility ratio have been employed to identify the degree of financial health of a firm.
The student perceived that the most important dimensions were responsiveness, empathy and assurance, followed by reliability and tangibility.
On the basis of POT one can claim that tangibility of assets can serve as the "sorting factor" (Weill, 2002) which allows lenders to distinguish good businesses from poor ones and thus mitigating the asymmetry information between firms and their creditors.
We argue that the tangibility of resources, defined as the importance of tangible vs.