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Z score

n. Statistics
A measure of the distance in units of standard deviations of a particular value in a distribution or a set of data from the mean of that distribution or set of data.
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These variants of Z-Score model have proven to be reliable tools for failure prediction in their respective contexts and business environments.
A new hybridized adjusted Airman Z-score model is inrroduced for primary analysis, then the resulr is cross checked with the original Altman Z-score model, with the new model showing more accuracy in prediction.
Altman's classic multivariate insolvency prediction Z-score model used working capital/total assets, retained earnings/total assets, earnings before interest and taxes/total assets, sales/total assets and market value of equity/ book value of total debt ratios for publicly traded manufacturing firms.
On average, firms in financial distress represent 17% of the observations when we use the Z-Score model and 13% when we use the O-Score model.
Applying Altman Z-Score Model of Bankruptcy on Service Organizations and Its Implications on Marketing Concepts and Strategies.
Additionally we postulate Altman's Z-score model used to predict bankruptcy is a proxy for risk.
Gomez also uses the renowned bankruptcy prediction Z-Score model and the Z-Score-Plus, which is more in tune to potential insolvencies in Europe.
Class discussion should begin with a review of LIFO and FIFO inventory costing methods and the Altman Z-score model.
Altaian's Z-score model is an application of multivariate discriminant analysis (MDA) in credit risk modelling.
Altman's z-score model and those like it typically control for balance sheet liquidity.
Altman developed his Z-score model by using manufacturing companies that filed a bankruptcy petition from 1946 to 1965 (Edward I.
We employ a widely used accounting ratio-based z-score model as a proxy for default risk as with Dichev (1998), Griffin and Lemmon (2002), and Ferguson and Shockley (2003).