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Studiu privind influența ratelor de rentabilitate asupra echilibrului financiar

Show simple item record Balteş, Nicolae Pavel, Ruxandra Maria 2020-02-12T08:33:50Z 2020-02-12T08:33:50Z 2018-04
dc.description BALTEŞ, Nicolae, PAVEL, Ruxandra Maria. Studiu privind influența ratelor de rentabilitate asupra echilibrului financiar. In: Contabilitatea şi auditul în condiţiile globalizării: realităţi şi perspective de dezvoltare = Accounting and auditing in the globalized conditions: realities and prospects for development : conf. șt. intern., ed. a 7-a., 19-20 apr. 2018. Chişinău : S. n., 2018, pp. 54–60. ISBN 978-9975-127-59-2. en_US
dc.description.abstract The study presents the influence of the profitability indicators on the financial equilibrium of the companies through the binary technique: probit and logit. The research sample consists of 26 companies belonging to the hotels and restaurants industry, listed on the Bucharest Stock Exchange, 2007-2016. The obtained results indicate the interdependence between the profitability indicators and the financial equilibrium indicators in the research companies. Thus, if profitability ratios increase by 1%, the probability of financial equilibrium will increase by 10,5% and respectively 14,8%. The study confirms the research hypothesis according to which the increase in the profitability of the hotels and restaurants industry listed on the Bucharest Stock Exchange will have the effect of improving the financial equilibrium. JEL: G32, C12 ; CZU: 658.15+005.915(498). en_US
dc.language.iso other en_US
dc.publisher ASEM en_US
dc.subject financial equilibrium en_US
dc.subject working capital en_US
dc.subject working capital requirements en_US
dc.subject rata rentabilității economice en_US
dc.subject rata rentabilității financiare en_US
dc.subject binary model en_US
dc.title Studiu privind influența ratelor de rentabilitate asupra echilibrului financiar en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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