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Applicability of Bankruptcy Models at Agricultural Companies


  • Jan Susicky

    () (Czech University of Life Sciences Prague)


This part will be dedicated to the use of bankruptcy models in the evaluation of agricultural companies. Bankruptcy models are tools used for the evaluation and prediction of future development of companies. Their use is clearly linked to the problems associated with the use of bankruptcy models developed abroad. These models, resulting from different economic circumstances, often had difficulty in actually describing the real situation of companies in the Czech Republic. In this part were used 6 bankruptcy models for the analysis of agricultural companies (Z’’-Score, Z-Score, ZETA , IN99, IN01, IN05 and a model created by Taffler and Tisshaw). The most successful models were Z-Score, ZETA and the Czech model IN99. The Czech model IN01 was identified as the least suitable model.

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  • Jan Susicky, 2011. "Applicability of Bankruptcy Models at Agricultural Companies," ACTA VSFS, University of Finance and Administration, vol. 5(3), pages 241-252.
  • Handle: RePEc:prf:journl:v:5:y:2011:i:3:p:241-252

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