The Score Models For Analyzing The Bankruptcy Risk. Some Specific Features For The Case Of Romania
The paper presents some of the most relevant score functions developed worldwide, used to assess the bankruptcy risk. Among these, we mention the Altman model, developed in 1968, the model elaborated by the Central Bank of France, by Conan and Holder, or by Ohlson. Also, we present the models developed in Romania, with the specific features that such score functions have for the Romanian theory and practice. We also emphasize the limits of using the score functions in analyzing the bankruptcy risk and the difficulties of elaborating them for the case of Romania.
Volume (Year): 1 (2011)
Issue (Month): 16 (April)
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