WORKING PAPER 35 years of studies on business failure : an overview of the classical statistical methodologies and their related problems

@inproceedings{BALCAEN2004WORKINGP3,
  title={WORKING PAPER 35 years of studies on business failure : an overview of the classical statistical methodologies and their related problems},
  author={Sofie BALCAEN and Hubert OOGHE},
  year={2004}
}
  • Sofie BALCAEN, Hubert OOGHE
  • Published 2004
1 Research Assistant, Department of Accountancy and Corporate Finance, Ghent University, Belgium Mailing address: Department of Accountancy and Corporate Finance, Ghent University, Kuiperskaai 55 E, B-9000 Gent, Belgium; Tel: +32 (0)9/264 35 07; Fax: +32 (0)9/264 35 77; E-mail: Sofie.Balcaen@ugent.be 2 Professor, Department of Accountancy and Corporate Finance, Ghent University, Belgium; Ernst & Young Chair of Growth Management, Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School, Belgium. 
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