Polytomous response financial distress models: The role of accounting, market and macroeconomic variables

International Review of Financial Analysis, Volume 59, October 2018, Pages 276-289

Author(s):

Mario Hernandez Tinoco

Finance Department, EDHEC Business School

Phil Holmes

Accounting and Finance Division, Leeds University Business School

Nick Wilson

Accounting and Finance Division, Leeds University Business School

International Review of Financial Analysis, Volume 59, October 2018, Pages 276-289

Type: Academic publication
Date: le 01/10/2018
Research Cluster : Financial Analysis and Accounting
Source : International Review of Financial Analysis

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