A Logistic Analysis of the Relationship Between Vulnerability to Failure and Certain Financial Variables for American Industrial Firms
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A. B. Whinston acid test ratio Altman assess asset turnover assumption attribute vector bankruptcy BAYESIAN C. J. Berger capital cent classification error rates conditional probability model cutoff probability determine dichotomous discriminant function E. A. Pessemier earlier years prior EMPIRICAL EVALUATION expected F. M. Bass factors failing and nonfailing failing firms failure date Financial Ratio financial variables firm's five year period fN fN GOAL PROGRAMMING highly significant important independent variables indicates individual coefficients Inventory turnover investment Kadiyala Kross likelihood function likelihood ratio test loan logit model long run MARKET Martin Matched Sample MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD ESTIMATION models estimated Moskowitz multicollinearity multivariate nonfailing firms normal distribution Ohlson OPTIMAL outcome population predicted prior probabilities prior to failure probability of failure probit and logit probit model Ravindran receivables turnover REGRESSION short run statistic Type 2 error values VARIED CONSUMER BEHAVIOR vulnerability Wallenius West Lafayette