A Re–examination of the Effectiveness of the Bankruptcy Process
Harlan D. Platt and
Marjorie B. Platt
Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, 2002, vol. 29, issue 9‐10, 1209-1237
As an increasing number of companies go bankrupt, society grows concerned with the process’s efficacy. In contrast to previous research, we find that relatively healthy companies emerge from bankruptcy as evidenced by their operating and equity performance post bankruptcy. While we find a substantial degree of variation in the forecast accuracy of sales, EBIT and net income, we find that forecast errors are not statistically significant and are smaller than had been thought. We provide evidence to support the argument that the economy’s health affects operating and equity outcomes post bankruptcy.
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