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The value of non-financial information in SME risk management

Edward I. Altman, Gabriele Sabato, Nicholas Wilson
2010 The Journal of Credit Risk  
So far, none of the few studies that have focused on developing credit risk models specifically for SMEs have included non-financial information as predictors of the company credit worthiness.  ...  make a significant contribution to increasing the default prediction power of risk models built specifically for SMEs.  ...  Using available information, we develop a default prediction model for that large part of SMEs for which financial information is very limited (e.g. sole traders, professionals, micro companies, companies  ... 
doi:10.21314/jcr.2010.110 fatcat:oxkwynmmenfxrocgwxiloiqulm

The Value of Non-Financial Information in SME Risk Management

Edward I. Altman, Gabriele Sabato, Nick Wilson
2008 Social Science Research Network  
So far, none of the few studies that have focused on developing credit risk models specifically for SMEs have included non-financial information as predictors of the company credit worthiness.  ...  make a significant contribution to increasing the default prediction power of risk models built specifically for SMEs.  ...  Using available information, we develop a default prediction model for that large part of SMEs for which financial information is very limited (e.g. sole traders, professionals, micro companies, companies  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1320612 fatcat:ray5haxt6rcljjslikbkmkdadi

Information security is information risk management

Bob Blakley, Ellen McDermott, Dan Geer
2001 Proceedings of the 2001 workshop on New security paradigms - NSPW '01  
Current information security technology, however, deals with only a small fraction of the problem of information risk.  ...  security from the ground up if we are to deal effectively with the problem of information risk, and proposes a new model inspired by the history of medicine.  ...  Some risk analysis methodologies and standards already incorporate rudimentary loss-expectation estimation methods, but these are usually limited to a "low/medium/high" categorization with arbitrary dollar  ... 
doi:10.1145/508185.508187 fatcat:ocxjjrrvnndpveeuejwdtxndye

Information security is information risk management

Bob Blakley, Ellen McDermott, Dan Geer
2001 Proceedings of the 2001 workshop on New security paradigms - NSPW '01  
Current information security technology, however, deals with only a small fraction of the problem of information risk.  ...  security from the ground up if we are to deal effectively with the problem of information risk, and proposes a new model inspired by the history of medicine.  ...  Some risk analysis methodologies and standards already incorporate rudimentary loss-expectation estimation methods, but these are usually limited to a "low/medium/high" categorization with arbitrary dollar  ... 
doi:10.1145/508171.508187 dblp:conf/nspw/BlakleyMG01 fatcat:n3c7iy5uyffj7in7m4o2lwe5dq

Information systems outsourcing

Jens Dibbern, Tim Goles, Rudy Hirschheim, Bandula Jayatilaka
2004 ACM SIGMIS Database the DATABASE for Advances in Information Systems  
Lacity and Hirschheim (1993c) conducted a series of indepth interviews with multiple informants at fourteen Fortune 500 companies.  ...  Lacity and Hirschheim (1993c) conducted a series of in-depth interviews with multiple informants at fourteen Fortune 500 companies.  ...  His primary areas of research are information systems sourcing, software development and maintenance productivity, and crosscultural issues in information systems.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1035233.1035236 fatcat:xn4t3i3cuvdblh4hs2r6j7ridy

Critical success factors for ERP implementation in SMEs

Prodromos Chatzoglou, Dimitrios Chatzoudes, Leonidas Fragidis, Symeon Symeonidis
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems  
The examination of the conceptual framework was made with the use of a newly-developed structured questionnaire that was distributed to a group of Greek SMEs.  ...  The highly competitive global environment of the last few decades has urged companies to rely on Information Systems (IS) in order to improve customer service, reduce costs and increase productivity.  ...  Measurement The proposed conceptual framework was tested with the use of a newly-developed structured questionnaire.  ... 
doi:10.15439/2016f37 dblp:conf/fedcsis/ChatzoglouCFS16 fatcat:rsduvszmrrduhauv3ypz4a6sum

Market Information, Bank Holding Company Risk, and Market Discipline

Timothy J. Curry, Gary S. Fissel, Gerald A. Hanweck
2003 Social Science Research Network  
These models taken jointly are used to test the hypotheses that (1) equity market information adds to the ability to forecast changes in banking company risk, as measured by changes in BOPEC ratings, and  ...  bank holding company risk ratings.  ...  failures several years before failure.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.886687 fatcat:irikctuq6bhldhsvcaantotpmi

An Integrated Framework for Managing Information Technology Security Uncertainty

2020 European Journal of Business and Management  
These attacks may lead to security failures that cause huge losses (e.g., market failure) for companies (Chen et al., 2011) .  ...  In line with the fundamental elements of information security, we propose an integrated framework to understand the current situation of IT security management.  ...  To mitigate this developing security risk, companies have begun incorporating mobile device management (MDM) software.  ... 
doi:10.7176/ejbm/12-18-01 fatcat:seompqxkojawlmchk62cssqmba

WHEN CORPORATIONS COLLIDE: INFORMATION OVERLOAD

2012 Issues in Information Systems  
, power, and control that an elephantine U.S. acquiring company effected upon both companies.  ...  Technological advances have facilitated global corporate mergers and acquisitions as never before; but despite the seemingly borderless economic advantages perpetrated by the digital age, an information  ...  How does the global culture of an acquiring U.S. parent company influence business meetings and group dynamics in the organizational culture of its newly acquired U.S. subsidiary company?  ... 
doi:10.48009/2_iis_2012_269-284 fatcat:h3avjxbcx5hrnapgqir3ghhqlq

Limited Attention, Information Disclosure, and Financial Reporting

David A. Hirshleifer, Siew Hong Teoh
2003 Social Science Research Network  
This paper models firms' choices between alternative means of presenting information, and the effects of different presentations on market prices when investors have limited attention and processing power  ...  Abstract This paper models firms' choices between alternative means of presenting information, and the effects of different presentations on market prices when investors have limited attention and processing  ...  failure of a company to disclose).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.334940 fatcat:whno35jyuvagtpyx7reohsju6y

Limited attention, information disclosure, and financial reporting

David Hirshleifer, Siew Hong Teoh
2003 Journal of Accounting & Economics  
This paper models firms' choices between alternative means of presenting information, and the effects of different presentations on market prices when investors have limited attention and processing power  ...  Abstract This paper models firms' choices between alternative means of presenting information, and the effects of different presentations on market prices when investors have limited attention and processing  ...  failure of a company to disclose).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jacceco.2003.10.002 fatcat:ntv3lgvdznd4hjqb6gnbmpiglm

Fundamental Information in Technical Trading Strategies

Ute Bonenkamp, Carsten Homburg, Alexander Kempf
2009 Social Science Research Network  
We demonstrate that this failure can be avoided by using financial statements as additional sources of information.  ...  This makes sense if the past price trend reflects fundamental information that has not yet been fully incorporated in the current price.  ...  This result suggests that incorporating cash flow information into the momentum strategy increases the probability of choosing stocks with continuing price trends.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1267190 fatcat:hufelpz5urfxbdtd6t5sckwxqm

The Relevance of Accounting Information in a Stock Market Bubble: Evidence from Internet IPOs

Nilabhra Bhattacharya, Elizabeth Demers, Philip Joos
2009 Journal of Business Finance & Accounting  
Using an existing IPO failure prediction methodology and two alternative definitions of innovative IPOs, we further show that ex ante, out-of-sample Internet IPO failure forecasts are associated with economically  ...  Prior research shows that accounting information is relevant for stock valuation, failure prediction, performance evaluation, optimal contracting, and other decision-making contexts in relatively stable  ...  (ii) Statistical Analysis and Benchmarking the IPO Failure Prediction Models We begin by comparing the performance of our IPO failure prediction model with the Chava and Jarrow (2004) private company  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-5957.2009.02144.x fatcat:egmmmzhhofh4ho6vfq4ws22ssm

New Technology, New Information Privacy: Social-Value-Oriented Information Privacy Theory

Chen-Hung Chang
2015 Social Science Research Network  
to protect information privacy on their own.  ...  Those who choose not to use the Internet, smartphones, tablet computers, electronic mail and online social network platforms, nevertheless remain trapped in the inescapable digital net, with others able  ...  There appears to be no limit for companies and nations in growing ever larger databases.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2694576 fatcat:ltvjpxgpjzcclksnwdebq7zkuu

The Consequences of Information Technology, Information Sharing and Supply Chain Integration, towards Supply Chain Performance and Firm Performance

Veera Pandiyan Kaliani Sundram, Prem Chhetri, Atika Shamsul Bahrin
2020 Journal of International Logistics and Trade  
with suppliers as well as systems of information.  ...  ICT can also be considered as a technology-based component of information systems as posited by (Hollander et al. 1999) , with a goal of establishing computerized information systems through the utilization  ...  Through links with other systems, manufacturing information can be passed around companies, customers and suppliers.  ... 
doi:10.24006/jilt.2020.18.1.015 fatcat:54ymlfqnuvgj5kznp5octx5tna
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