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VOL 3, NO 1 (2016): SPRING (APRIL)

 

ANALYSIS OF COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISES’ SOLVENCY BY MEANS OF DIFFERENT BANKRUPTCY MODELS


Klaudia Dorgai, Veronika Fenyves and Dávid Sütő

Abstract

Innumerable economic organizations come into existence and operate successfully then some of them go bankrupt. A great many factors influence the operability or decline of corporations. The aim of undertakings is to maintain the liquidity i.e. the short-term solvency which is a primary condition of the long-term successful smooth operation. During the analysis, we place the main emphasis on the financial models representing the solvency.


Keywords

Keywords: Bankruptcy prediction, Financial models, Risk, Liquidity,


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