A Prediction Model For The Romanian Firms In The Current Financial Crisis
The study consists in gathering the financial information for a group of listed companies, in difficulty and economically viable, in 2007-2008, in order to create the warning signals for financial companies in difficulty using econometric linkages between indicators. For each company, we consider a set of 14 financial indicators, which reflect the company's profitability, solvency, asset use, company size, were calculated and then used in the study. Analysis of links between financial indicators was used to allow comparison, seeing that the two types of companies distressed and viable are two distinct groups, suggesting that the rates used are sufficiently useful to predict subsequent financial difficulties.
Volume (Year): 10 (2010)
Issue (Month): Special (December)
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