Preface (Yong H. Kim). Part I: Valuation Framework and Liquidity. The value of short-term cash flow forecasting systems (T.W. Miller, B.K. Stone). Liquidity and the financing policy of the firm: an empirical test (E.O. Lyn, G.J. Papaioannou). Part II: Trade Credit: Efficient Market, Imperfect Information, and an International Perspective. A role for trade credit in an efficient market (R.E. Rouault, Jr., D.J. Kaufman, Jr.). Unbiased trade credit decisions under imperfect information (D.R. Fewings). An international accounts receivable management model (P. Ahtiala, Y.E. Orgler). Part III: Managing Cash: Behavioral and International Perspectives. Behavioral relations and the optimal cash discount (W. Beranek). Optimum cash balances for international firms (Jongmoo Jay Choi, D.K. Ghosh and Yong H. Kim). Determination of multicurrency cash balances: strong versus weak dollar cycles (L.A. Soenen, J. Madura). Swaps as a cash management tool (J.F. Marshall, V.K. Bansal and A.L. Tucker). A test of one-way arbitarge in the Canadian/U.S. dollar commercial paper markets (M. Anvari, A.H.R. Davis).