Kidas Model, Cash Flow, and Size Case of Palestine

  •  Tamer Bahjat Sabri    


This paper examines the nature of interaction between Kida’s model, the cash flows (operating, investing, financing) and the size. It covers the period between 2013 and 2014 based on annual financial statement of Palestinian listed companies in Palestine Stock Exchange. In order to test the hypotheses of the study, the researcher used independent samples T-test. The results show that we accept all null hypotheses, so Kida’s model does not distinguish between high and low cash flow (operating, investing, financing) and the size. Other results show that the model is unable sometimes to predict the failure of companies.

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