عنوان مقاله [English]
The present paper presents the possibility of predicting firms' bankruptcy with Sprint, Altman, Fulmer, Zmijewski and Mckee Genetic models among companies in the Tehran Stock Exchange in a different way from previous research to introduce companies which have the potential for higher bankruptcy with a comparative approach among the models. To achieve this goal, 75 companies that are selected not covered base on 141 of the Commercial law. Required data for the 10 years (86-95) has been compiled. According to the results in each of the above models, some companies were identified as high-risk probability companies, and then companies that were identified as most likely to be bankrupt in most of these models. The results also show that, with the exception of Mckee model, in four other models, three companies with high bankruptcy probability were included. Among these four models, Zmijewski model has a higher coefficient of determination, hence we can say that relative to Other models have been more accurately predicted for bankruptcy and have a significant role in corporate bankruptcy among financial ratios, debt ratios, asset turnover, and asset returns.
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