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The Timing of Initial Public Offerings - Non-Numerical Model Based on Qualitative Trends
(Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, 2018-04-30)
The objective of this study is to develop a qualitative model supporting chief financial officers (CFOs) while considering the timing of initial public offerings (IPOs) under conditions of underdeveloped capital markets, ...
Reconciliation of Decision-Making Heuristics Based on Decision Trees Topologies and Incomplete Fuzzy Probabilities Sets
Complex decision making tasks of different natures, e.g. economics, safety engineering, ecology and biology, are based on vague, sparse, partially inconsistent and subjective knowledge. Moreover, decision making economists ...
Analysis of Sustainability Decision Trees Generated by Qualitative Models Based on Equationless Heuristics
Sustainability processes are complex and therefore ill-known, inconsistent, and subjective, and must be studied despite a shortage of information. It is prohibitively difficult to study them on quantitative levels using ...
The Covid-19 Disease and Policy Response to Mitigate the Economic Impact in the EU
(Vilnius Gediminas Tech Univ, 2021-05-24)
This study aims to understand how Covid-19 contagious disease and the EU’s policy response may affect macroeconomic performance. Previous studies on this topic have used historical data sets on “rare macroeconomic disasters” ...
Decision-making on Implementation of IPO Under Topological Uncertainty
(Mendel University in Brno, 2015-03-15)
IPO (Initial Public Offering) is a complex decision making task which is always associated with different types of uncertainty. Poor accuracies of available probabilities of lotteries e.g. quantification of investor interest ...