Μέτρα χρεοκοπίας για το διακριτό ανανεωτικό μοντέλο της θεωρίας κινδύνου με χρονικές εξαρτήσεις
Ruin measures for the discrete - time dependent renewal risk model
This study dealt with bankruptcy measures relating to enterprises and the time dependencies that affect them, which enterprises should take into account in their strategy if they find themselves in a disadvantageous position. The analysis was based on the study and review of particular articles. Essentially, each chapter was a study and evaluation in combination with other articles and literature. The first chapter highlighted the various moments that exist in relation to bankruptcy time for enterprises. The second chapter gave weight and drew conclusions about the various claims that exist as well as the waiting time in enterprises. The third chapter reported certain findings about the deficits faced by enterprises and how they are called upon to find solutions to unfavorable situations. The fourth chapter focused on the discounts, while the fifth chapter presented important conclusions on the time allocation in such situations. In general, the main conclusion of the study that emerged through the analysis of the articles and more generally through the relevant literature on the subject, is that enterprises should take into account the time schedule they have to do in a bankruptcy situations that they have to deal with, but also more generally in any unfavorable situation due to the environment or due to their own mismanagement. Based on this theoretical approach to the study, in the future, certain practices could be developed in terms of their content, and studies from which models could be extracted that would help to better understand the situation under analysis.