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Knowledge discovery using neural approach for SME's credit risk analysis problem in Turkey

Gülnur Derelioğlu, Fikret Gürgen
2011 Expert systems with applications  
This study proposes a knowledge discovery method that uses multilayer perceptron (MLP) based neural rule extraction (NRE) approach for credit risk analysis (CRA) of real-life small and medium enterprises  ...  (SMEs) in Turkey.  ...  b s t r a c t This study proposes a knowledge discovery method that uses multilayer perceptron (MLP) based neural rule extraction (NRE) approach for credit risk analysis (CRA) of real-life small and medium  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eswa.2011.01.012 fatcat:lbo5apptafbyzgltud4f2buhny

Screening Creditworthiness of SME's: The Case of Small Business Assistance in Turkey

Mehmet Baha Karan, Selçuk Caner
2012 Multinational Finance Journal  
Keasey and Watson (1986) , Laitinen (1991) and Kiviluoto (1998) estimate credit risk of SMEs using discriminant analysis.  ...  While company tax returns can be considered as a good source for information on the financial condition of businesses, tax return data are highly unreliable for credit assessment purposes in Turkey.  ... 
doi:10.17578/16-1/2-1 fatcat:fv5fyn4v7vcg3nuzbnb4zvhqgi

Forecasting SMEs' credit risk in supply chain finance with an enhanced hybrid ensemble machine learning approach

You Zhu, Li Zhou, Chi Xie, Gang-Jin Wang, Truong V. Nguyen
2019 International Journal of Production Economics  
SMEs' credit risk.  ...  Thus, forecasting SMEs' credit risk in SCF has become one of the most critical issues in financing decision-making.  ...  For instance, Fantazzini and Figini (2009) (2011) propose a method based on multi-layer perceptrons (MLP) to predict SMEs' credit risk in Turkey.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijpe.2019.01.032 fatcat:kymujd32yba6pkuo6nrodyf5fe

Bankruptcy prediction of small and medium enterprises using a flexible binary generalized extreme value model

Raffaella Calabrese, Giampiero Marra, Silvia Angela Osmetti
2016 Journal of the Operational Research Society  
We introduce a binary regression accounting-based model for bankruptcy prediction of small and medium enterprises (SMEs).  ...  Another advantage, which is especially relevant for banks, is that the relationship between the accounting character-istics of SMEs and response is not assumed a priori (e.g., linear, quadratic or cubic  ...  Since then, different methodologies, such as linear regression, logistic regression, classification trees and neural networks have been employed for credit risk assessment (Thomas et al., 2002) .  ... 
doi:10.1057/jors.2015.64 fatcat:f6ucbnyesjejxhpoihzuxo7s7m

Developing banking intelligence in emerging markets: Systematic review and agenda

Arjun R, Abhisek Kuanr, Suprabha KR
2021 International Journal of Information Management Data Insights  
However, the attributes for enabling practice between such technological interfaces with managerial adoption are been lagging creating a knowledge gap.  ...  In addition, the managerial perceptions of technology on work are captured through short survey.  ...  .), Private retail banking in Turkey Further reading • reading For Banks, a Long Way to Excellence in Digital Sales, Boston Consulting Group Report .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jjimei.2021.100026 fatcat:wj3nozkej5c7ldjvbwxvhbd2py

Leadership and Technology Management (LTM) the strategic management of technology in a consumer-driven environment [chapter]

Harry J. Murphy
1994 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
WD-04.3 [R] Media Content Analysis by MORN to Determine Anticipated Megatrends in Turkey: A Factor-Analytic Approach Mehmet S Kok; Yeditepe University, Turkey A.  ...  TB-04.3 [R] A System-Dynamic Simulation Game for Energy Sector of Turkey S. Burc Turan; Yeditepe University, Turkey A. Nuri Basoglu; Bogazici University, Turkey M.  ...  The results of a research covering the topic conducted among cloth retailers in Turkey will be discussed in the end.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-58476-5_142 fatcat:5rswny5kb5gwpjeppgtstuubee

Patterns of sustainability values among subsidiaries

Morten Rask, Jakob Lauring
2012 International Journal of Sustainable Strategic Management (IJSSM)  
Both approaches have merit in that they demonstrate the crossvergence effect which aims to strike a balance between cultural convergence due to globalization and cultural divergence that argues for cultural  ...  -i.e. culture as the unit of analysis and compare it with cross-national approach.  ...  Four standard credit scoring methodologies: Naïve Bayes, Logistic Regression, Recursive Partitioning and Artificial Neural Network, are compared with Sequential Minimal Optimization (SMO).  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijssm.2012.049008 fatcat:cotuwrnckzdc3mzthlcj2yem64

Early Warning System for Bankruptcy: Bankruptcy Prediction

Sinan Aktan
2012
The recent bankruptcies of large joint stock companies in U.S. and Europe shook investors across the world and underlined the importance of failure prediction both in academia and industry.  ...  These systems facilitate the selection of firms to collaborate with or invest in.  ...  Altman et al. (1994) applied a neural network on Italian Centrale dei Bilanci's dataset, Boritz and Kennedy (1995) examined two neural network approaches, Back- Chapter 5 Default Risk Assessment Models  ... 
doi:10.5445/ir/1000025642 fatcat:bvo2x6jhofhtzf4ooqvtm2f3ay

Institutional and Transaction Cost Influences on Partnership Structure of Foreign Affiliates

Mehmet Demirbag, Ekrem Tatoglu, Keith W. Glaister
2010 MIR: Management International Review: Journal of International Business  
We analyze foreign R&D activities, as measured by the country of origin of patents, in 40 host countries and 30 technology fields by 186 of the world's top R&D spending firms in the chemicals, pharmaceuticals  ...  We examine the role of nations' academic research strength in attracting R&D by foreign multinational firms.  ...  Our empirical analysis finds support for a comparative institutional approach.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11575-010-0055-y fatcat:3kaxd5dlpndwbpajce4hklqv6u

Anthropogenic marine debris and its dynamics across peri-urban and urban mangroves on Penang Island, Malaysia [article]

Su Yin Chee, John Barry Gallagher, Jean Chai Yee, Danielle Carey, Yusri Yusup
2019 biorxiv/medrxiv   pre-print
favour of smaller plastic items, for a constant wind field and irrespective of neap-spring phases.  ...  For Penang Island, the study highlights the areas in need of attention and prioritization, lists the types of debris needing proper management, and will aid in the future monitoring, mitigation and/or  ...  I have applied my methods to a broad range of applications using a wide array of statistical methods like Robust Regression Method, Neural Network Model and Multivariate Statistical Analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1101/756106 fatcat:m6oy4besircffmdhmffppw6yra

D7.2: Final Report on Applications Enabling Services

Chris Johnson, Sebastian Lührs
2019 Zenodo  
Projects can continuously apply for such services via the Preparatory Access Calls Type C (PA Type C) and Type D (PA Type D) with a cut-off every three months for evaluation of the proposals.  ...  for Tier-0 systems.  ...  Axyon developed successful proofs of concept in several fields, from credit risk to wealth management, from churn-rate prediction to fraud detection.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6805993 fatcat:ovaqlqdoenhhrebqvlmbkmhk4y

The effect of self-construals on perceptions of organizational events

Andre A. Pekerti, Catherine T. Kwantes
2011 International Journal of Cross Cultural Management  
The paper defines a value chain approach to analyzing terrorist risk using cost, revenue and risk metrics to evaluate the vulnerabilities of the various activities in the value chain.  ...  to financial markets and a reduction in housing prices meaning that they have less collateral leverage for credit.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1470595811413101 fatcat:asw7n5gb3rd2vg4t4bhummbvfu

Editorial Board Editor in Chief Co-Editor Managing Editor Executive Editor International Relationships Responsible Proof-readers Editorial Advisory Board

Madalina Constantinescu, Laura Ştefănescu, Laura Ungureanu, Viorel Matei, Assistant, Pompiliu Constantinescu, Camelia Firică, English Petrişor, Militaru -English Mihaela, Popescu -French Redactors, Cristiana Bogdănoiu, Sorin Dincă (+2 others)
Journal of Applied Research in Finance   unpublished
In non-petroleum imports, food and related items have shown maximum growth from 1991 to 2012. The top countries for imports show a shift from European countries and Japan to other Asian countries.  ...  China and UAE has emerged as top destinations for Indian imports. USA still remains in one of the top five destinations.  ...  It is a proxy measure for assets, second only to Cash in liquidity and credit risk.  ... 
fatcat:r3czt47uqjfltgcmgkbjjckxv4

Spatio-temporal clustering in application [article]

Antonia Gieschen, University Of Edinburgh, Belén Martín-Barragán
2022
The importance of machine learning methods in the data analysis of both academic research and industry applications has advanced rapidly in recent years.  ...  For this reason, this thesis will present ways of overcoming the shortcomings in existing methodologies when applied to these data types.  ...  Risk Analysis.  ... 
doi:10.7488/era/2235 fatcat:divzjbgnnjfnvkiv2s3eztkhbe

BUDGETING PROCESS IN THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

Jiří Dokulil
2016 12th Annual International Bata Conference   unpublished
However, for the purposes of forecasting in the Slovak Republic, to a greater extent, it is still not used.  ...  Then, we can move forward to a resolution. The integrative approach goes together with the compromising approach presented by the respected Thomas and Kilmann Conflict Management Mode..  ...  And credit derivative is not a beneficial instrument for risk managing. Instead, credit derivative may be the more choice for capital allocation.  ... 
doi:10.7441/dokbat.2016.11 fatcat:lyhzsf2eafb77jfncimqhhuxo4
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