A) Territory of subject or content: the content of this research, has been investigated the qualitative factors
affecting the bank's market share of export promotion in Tehran.
In this regard, the influence of the subject being judged on net profit, profitability position, cash amount, ability to repay the debts, expectations and predictions of financial analysts and users of financial statements are other qualitative factors
which must be regarded.
Under IFRS, the nonexhaustive list of qualitative factors
that might signal asset impairment is conceptually very similar to the lists contained in the ASC.
After the publication of the SAB 99, the academic researchers began to study explicitly the qualitative factors
(Wright and Wright, 1997; Braun, 2001; Shafer, 2005; Ng and Tan, 2007; Del Corte et al., 2010).
In deciding whether to pay taxes today in exchange for a tax benefit later, we suggest taxpayers consider both the quantitative and qualitative factors
This has resulted in an erosion of the curriculum, programs and qualitative factors
that are all components of an effective school system.
Morningstar says its credit rating is based on four key quantitative and qualitative factors
The city has also discussed the idea of updating its bid process to allow for quantitative factors, such as cost, as well as qualitative factors
, such as environmentally conscious design.
In addition to hard numeric data, they should include important qualitative factors
when making their case for EMR implementation.
Whether via tangible elements such as value pricing, convenience or flavor, or more qualitative factors
such as brand image or affordable luxury, these brands forge a connection with the consumer.