Examines techniques & models for foretelling corporate failure. Investigates ratio analysis, monetary policy, micro v. macro aspects, market data and possible forecasting errors.
# 17545 | 2,025 words | 4 sources | 1986 |
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From the Paper:" The purpose of this research is to discuss the importance of predicting bankruptcy in the corporate sector. Corporate failure is a symptom that there is a misallocation of resources (Aharony, et. al., 1980, p. 1001). This is, of course undesirable from a social standpoint. Generally an early warning of such mismanagement, or failure)may enable investors and management to take appropriate steps toward preventing bankruptcy. Sometimes even voluntary liquidation will usually shorten the length of time that losses are incurred.
Most research that has been done on bankruptcy has used the ratio analysis as its foundation. The major causes of corporate (...)"
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