Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) contribution to the European Union economy has always been relevant, for both value added and the creation of jobs. On the same time, SMEs are more fragile and likely to default as compared to larger firms so to induce public policies targeted on them. Specific default predic- tion models, accounting for SMEs idyiosincratic traits, are based on several types of data, mainly accounting indicators. We explore the possibility of complementing accounting information with data scraped from the firms’ websites.

Crosato, L., Domenech, J., Liberati, C. (2022). Toward an early detection of SME’s default with websites’ indicators. In BOOK OF SHORT PAPERS (pp.57-62). PKE.

Toward an early detection of SME’s default with websites’ indicators

Liberati, C.
2022

Abstract

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) contribution to the European Union economy has always been relevant, for both value added and the creation of jobs. On the same time, SMEs are more fragile and likely to default as compared to larger firms so to induce public policies targeted on them. Specific default predic- tion models, accounting for SMEs idyiosincratic traits, are based on several types of data, mainly accounting indicators. We explore the possibility of complementing accounting information with data scraped from the firms’ websites.
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SMEs default, web scraping, kernel discriminant analysis
English
IES 2022 Innovation & Society 5.0: Statistical and Economic Methodologies for Quality Assessment
978-88-94593-35-8
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HEZG50lecMyx_NDRLi2Y7d0papiX9ZWO/view
Crosato, L., Domenech, J., Liberati, C. (2022). Toward an early detection of SME’s default with websites’ indicators. In BOOK OF SHORT PAPERS (pp.57-62). PKE.
Crosato, L; Domenech, J; Liberati, C
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