Analysis of Macroeconomic Factors' Effects on Project Financing Strategies

Dr. Mansi Kukreja

Professor, CMS Business School, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Bengaluru, India

Vipin Divakar

MBA Student, CMS Business School, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Bengaluru, India

Isha Agrawal

MBA Student, CMS Business School, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Bengaluru, India

Umesh Mohan

MBA Student, CMS Business School, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Bengaluru, India


Vol: 13, Issue: 4, 2023

Receiving Date: 2023-08-19 Acceptance Date:


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This study explores the complex interplay between macroeconomic variables and the tactical choices made in project finance. Project funding strategies are crucial in determining the success and sustainability of large-scale endeavors in a constantly changing economic environment. For firms, investors, and politicians alike, it is crucial to comprehend how macroeconomic conditions affect these tactics. The successful execution of projects, whether they be significant infrastructure initiatives, business expansions, or entrepreneurial endeavors, depends on sound financing techniques in today's complicated and interconnected global economy. These strategies, which involve choices on capital structure, funding sources, and risk management, need to be flexible in order to respond to various external factors. Macroeconomic variables are particularly potent among these causes.

Keywords: project finance; public-private partnership; performance; sustainability


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