Multi Criteria Credit Rating Model for Small Enterprise Using a Nonparametric Method
AbstractA small enterprise’s credit rating is employed to measure its probability of defaulting on a debt, but, for small enterprises, financial data are insufficient or even unreliable. Thus, building a multi criteria credit rating model based on the qualitative and quantitative criteria is of importance to finance small enterprises’ activities. Till now, there has not been a multicriteria credit risk model based on the rank sum test and entropy weighting method. In this paper, we try to fill this gap by offering three innovative contributions. First, the rank sum test shows significant differences in the average ranks associated with index data for the default and entire sample, ensuring that an index makes an effective differentiation between the default and non-default sample. Second, the rating equation’s capacity is tested to identify the potential defaults by verifying a clear difference between the average ranks of samples with default ratings (i.e., not index values) and the entire sample. Third, in our nonparametric test, the rank sum test is used with rank correlation analysis made to screen for indices, thereby avoiding the assumption of normality associated with more common credit rating methods. View Full-Text
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Chi, G.; Zhang, Z. Multi Criteria Credit Rating Model for Small Enterprise Using a Nonparametric Method. Sustainability 2017, 9, 1834.
Chi G, Zhang Z. Multi Criteria Credit Rating Model for Small Enterprise Using a Nonparametric Method. Sustainability. 2017; 9(10):1834.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chi, Guotai; Zhang, Zhipeng. 2017. "Multi Criteria Credit Rating Model for Small Enterprise Using a Nonparametric Method." Sustainability 9, no. 10: 1834.
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