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Empirical models for the monitoring of UK corporations
R. J. Taffler
|Statement||R. J. Taffler.|
|Series||Working paper series / City University Business School -- no.51|
|Contributions||City University. Business School.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46, (6)p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
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R.J. Taffler, Empirical models for monitoring UK corporations (1 case) and forced divestment of most of the business for solvency reasons (2 cases) The non-failed group was drawn from a random sample of 65 firms with financial years ending in the 12 months toand were reduced to 49 in number, to provide a distinct healthy firm Cited by: Taffler, Richard J., "Empirical models for the monitoring of UK corporations," Journal of Banking & Finance, Elsevier, vol.
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Richard J. Taffler. Pages Download PDF. Article preview. Book review Full text access Ronald L. Schillereff, multibank holding company performance: UMI Research Press, Ann Arbor, MI, pp. Buy Empirical Models for the Monitoring of UK Corporations: the State of the Art (Working paper) by R.
J Taffler (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : R. J Taffler. T1 - Empirical models for the monitoring of UK corporations. AU - Taffler, Richard J. PY - /6. Y1 - /6. N2 - This paper has four main aims. Firstly it attempts a critical appraisal of extant UK Z-score models and seeks to assess in each case their operational by: Firstly it attempts a critical appraisal of extant UK Z-score models and seeks to assess in each case their operational utility.
Next two previously unpublished models are described which address respectively (i) the need for separate models for manufacturing and distribution companies, and (ii) the utility of the jackknife discriminant Cited by: Predicting Corporate Failure: Some Empirical Evidence from the UK R.J.
(), “Empirical models for the monitoring of UK corporations”, Journal of Less than 50% quotation of book. Predicting Corporate Failure: Empirical Evidence for the UK the incremental information content of operating cash ﬂow variables in predicting bankruptcy was the study by Casey and Bartczak.
Although many modelling and prediction frameworks for corporate bankruptcy and distress have been proposed, the relative performance evaluation of prediction models is criticised due to the assessment exercise using a single measure of one criterion at a time, which leads to reporting conflicting results.
Mousavi et al. (Int Rev Financ Anal –75, ) proposed an orientation-free Cited by: 5. "Empirical models for the monitoring of UK corporations," Journal of Banking & Finance, Elsevier, vol. 8(2), pagesJune. Johnsen, Thomajean & Melicher, Ronald W., " Predicting corporate bankruptcy and financial distress: Information value added by multinomial logit models," Journal of Economics and Business, Elsevier, vol.
46(4. Kim, C. and R. McLeod (). “Expert, linear models, and nonlinear models of expert decision making in bankruptcy prediction: A Lens model analysis.” Journal of Management Information Systems 16(1): – Google ScholarCited by: 9 For corporations from the UK there is information available about all equity stakes exceeding 3%, since that is the disclosure threshold required for listed firms.
To gauge whether there is a significant downward bias in the SVs of the main shareholders from companies disclosing information about vote stakes of less than 5%, we recalculated Cited by: 8. Models * An earlier version of this chapter appeared under the title Corporate Governance and Control in the Hand-book of the Economics of Finance, edited by G.M.
Constantinides, M. Harris and R. Stulz, Elsevier B.V. Substantive new material is conﬁned to Section 8. Handbook of Law and Economics, Volume 2. MONITOR AND CONTROL IN COMPANIES: AN AGENCY THEORY APPROACH Dumitru-Nicușor CĂRĂUȘU Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași agency costs, monitoring and control 1.
INTRODUCTION One of the most important aspects in modern corporate finance is the relationship Despite theoretical superiority of smaller boards empirical results reveal File Size: KB. Size and book-to-market anomalies and omitted leverage risk.
Empirical models for the monitoring of UK corporations, Risk, return, and equilibrium: empirical tests, (). Structural and return characteristics of small and large stocks, (). The assessment of company solvency and performance using a statistical model, Cited by: 6.
STRATEGIC ALLIANCES & MODELS OF COLLABORATION1 Emanuela Todeva School of Management, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 5XH, UK, @ David Knoke Department of Sociology, University of Minnesota, 19th Avenue South, Minneapolis, MNUSA, [email protected] In practice empirical models will frequently pick up both short- and long-run effects.
Moreover, as Ornstein  has noted, the returns to capital and on sales are related by the identity: iiR (4)ER () ~~~E R E' Two implications follow from this.
The first is that where, as is often the case. In its Code of Best Practice, the Cadbury Committee proposed a variety of monitoring mechanisms which, if implemented, should improve corporate governance.
As part of the Code, it was recommended that firms should have adequate non-executive director by: Canadian firms. For the UK, Conyon and Peck () examine listed UK firms for and find a significantly negative effect of board size on both market to book value and profitability, whilst Lasfer () finds a significantly negative impact on Tobin’s Q.
As Wintoki () points out, a significant problem in examining the impact of. The empirical literature on auditing has been confined largely to the US (Francis & Wilson, ; DeFond, ) and other developed economies such as the UK (Chan et al., ), Australia (Francis, ), New Zealand (Firth, ) and Canada (Chung & Lindsay, ) and to a lesser extent, for East Asian economies (Simon et al., ; DeFond et Cited by:.
A detailed look at the importance of corporate governance in today's business world The importance of corporate governance became dramatically clear at the beginning of the twenty-first century as a series of corporate meltdowns from managerial fraud, misconduct, and negligence caused a massive loss of shareholder wealth.
As part of the Robert W. Kolb Series in Finance, this book 5/5(1).The main purpose of this paper is the development and validation of a failure classification model for UK public industrial companies using current techniques: logit analysis and Neural Networks.
Our dataset consists of 51 matched-pairs of failed and nonfailed UK public industrial firms over the period Prediction models are developed for up to three years prior to the failure by: Shepherd, Joanna and Tung, Frederick and Yoon, Albert, What Else Matters for Corporate Governance?: The Case of Bank Monitoring (Octo ).
Boston University Law Review, Forthcoming; Emory Law and Economics Research Paper No. ; Emory Public Law Research Paper No. Cited by: