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Predictability of corporate failure : Models for prediction of corporate failure and for evalution of debt capacity

Author: R A I Frederikslust
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1978.
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1. 0 INTRODUCTION. In this chapter we define first in Section I.I the concept of failure used in this study. Thereafter, we discuss briefly the causes and possible consequ ences of failure. Finally, we explain in Section 1. 2 the aim of this study. 1. 1 THE CONCEPT OF FAILURE. In this monograph we investigate the predictability of corporate failure. By 'failure' we understand the inability of a firm to pay its  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: R A I Frederikslust
ISBN: 9781468471915 1468471910
OCLC Number: 853258935
Description: 1 online resource (121 pages)
Contents: 1. Introduction. --
1.0 Introduction --
1.1 The Concept of Failure --
1.2 Aim and Outline of the Study --
2. Recent Studies. --
2.0 Introduction --
2.1 Discriminant Analysis and the Prediction of Corporate Failure --
2.2 Usual Foundations for the Choice of used Ratios --
2.3 A Univariate Model --
2.4 Multivariate Models --
2.5 Evaluation --
3. A Failure Prediction Model With Financial Ratios as Prediction Variables. --
3.0 Introduction. --
3.1 Donaldson's Approach --
3.2 A Definition of Failure in Terms of Cash Flow Concepts --
3.3 Choice of a Failure Prediction Model. --
3.4 Identification of Prediction Variables of the Failure Prediction Model. --
4. The Failure Prediction Model With The Levels of Ratios as Prediction Variables. --
4.0 Introduction --
4.1 Sample Design and Data --
4.2 The Prediction Equations --
5. A Failure Prediction Model With The Developments of Ratios over Time as Prediction Variables. --
5.0 Introduction --
5.1 The Variables of the Model --
6. The Fitted Failure Prediction Model With The Developments of Ratios over Time as Prediction Variables. --
6.0 Introduction --
6.1 Sample Data --
6.2 The Prediction Equations --
6.3 Comparison of the Prediction Quality of the Level-variables Model with the Level-and Trend-variables Model --
7. Practical use of Failure Prediction Models in Lending Decisions. --
7.0 Introduction --
7.1 Subjective Expectations --
7.2 Bayes'Theorem --
7.3 Lending Decisions --
8. Value of Information From a Failure Prediction Model. --
8.0 Introduction --
8.1 Value of Information --
8.2 The Relationship between the expected Loss of Three Lending Decision Models --
8.3 Application of Two Discriminant Models in Lending Decisions --
9. Summary and Conclusions --
APPENDIX 1: Sample Listing --
APPENDIX 2: Prediction Performance of the Model in later Years. . --
APPENDIX 3: Secondary Sample Listing --
REFERENCES.
Responsibility: by R.A.I. Frederikslust.

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