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More than fifty years, there have been many academic studies about financial distress. Although there is no absolute and common-shared definition of financial distress, generally prediction models have been correlated with bankruptcy. However, financial distress is not only related with bankruptcy but also different from bankruptcy in some manner. Bankruptcy can be accepted as a last step of financial distress and generally it is related with violation of the debt liabilities. In this manner,doi:10.17233/se.81747 fatcat:rblhgx6jnvfklc4mg4v2hyas5y