Business Analysis and Valuation: IFRS edition uses a wide range of contemporary cases to illustrate the use of financial statement data in various valuation tasks. Centred around the IFRS Standards, this text demonstrates how to get the most information out of IFRS based financial statements. The focus is not only on building a solid understanding of the latest theoretical approaches but also placing students in a confident position to apply these.…mehr
Business Analysis and Valuation: IFRS edition uses a wide range of contemporary cases to illustrate the use of financial statement data in various valuation tasks. Centred around the IFRS Standards, this text demonstrates how to get the most information out of IFRS based financial statements. The focus is not only on building a solid understanding of the latest theoretical approaches but also placing students in a confident position to apply these.
Healy, Paul§Paul M. Healy is James R. Williston Professor of Business Administration, and Unit Head, Accounting and Management, at Harvard Business School, Harvard University. Professor Healy joined Harvard Business School as a Professor of Business Administration in 1997. Professor Healy received his B.C.A. Honors (1st Class) in Accounting and Finance from Victoria University, New Zealand in 1977, his M.S. in Economics from the University of Rochester in 1981, his Ph.D. in Business from the University of Rochester in 1983, and is a New Zealand CPA. In New Zealand, Professor Healy worked for Arthur Young and ICI. Prior to joining Harvard, Professor Healy spent fourteen years on the faculty at the M.I.T. Sloan School of Management, where he received awards for teaching excellence in 1991, 1992, and 1997. He is the co-author of one of the leading financial analysis textbooks, Business Analysis & Valuation. In 1993-94 he served as Deputy Dean at the Sloan School, and in 1994-95 he visited London Business School and Harvard Business School.Professor Healy's research includes studies of the role and performance of financial analysts, how firms' disclosure strategies affect their costs of capital, the performance of merging firms after mergers, and managers' financial reporting decisions. His work has been published in The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, and Journal of Financial Economics. In 1990, his article The Effect of Bonus Schemes on Accounting Decisions," published in Journal of Accounting and Economics, was awarded the AICPA/AAA Notable Contribution Award. His text Business Analysis & Valuation was awarded the AICPA/AAA's Wildman Medal for contributions to the practice in 1997 and the AICPA/AAA Notable Contribution Award in 1998."
Part I: Framework 1. A framework for business analysis and valuation using financial statements Part II: Business analysis and valuation tools 2. Strategy analysis 3. Accounting analysis: The basics 4. Accounting analysis: Accounting adjustments 5. Financial analysis 6. Prospective analysis: Forecasting 7. Prospective analysis: Valuation theory and concepts 8. Prospective analysis: Valuation implementation Part III: Business analysis and valuation applications 9. Equity security analysis 10. Credit analysis and distress prediction 11. Mergers and acquisitions Part IV: Additional cases
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