FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC STABILITY: THE THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT
Eugene Kochetkov ()
Strategic decisions and risk management, 2014, issue 2
Â This article investigates the stability of the organization as a socio-economic system based on a systemic approach. Author offers own definition of financial and economic stability, which is based on resistance to negative factors of the crisis of the organization, ensuring the preservation of business from destruction and growth of business value. The relationships between stability, factors of the crisis and the bankruptcy of the organization are considered as threats to stability. Author determines the threshold of resistance of organization, which provides its financial and economic stability.
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