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.
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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 7. Prospective analysis: Valuation theory and concepts 8. Equity security analysis Credit analysis and distress prediction His research has focused on international accounting, financial analysis and valuation, and earnings management.
Paul M. Healy is James R. Professor Healy received his B. Prior to joining Harvard, Professor Healy spent fourteen years on the faculty at the M. Sloan School of Management, where he received awards for teaching excellence in , , and Prior to assuming his current administrative position, Professor Palepu held other positions at the school, including Senior Associate Dean, Director of Research, and Chair, Accounting and Control Unit.
In the area of strategy, his recent focus has been on the globalization of emerging markets. Professor Palepu teaches these topics in several HBS programs aimed at members of corporate boards: How to make corporate boards more effective, "Audit Committees in the new era of governance, "Compensation Committees: Preparing the challenges ahead. It is accompanied by a business analysis and valuation software model published by the Harvard Business School Publishing Company.
Business Analysis and Valuation: IFRS edition
The book is primarily aimed at Masters and upper-level undergraduate programs in business and requires some prior knowledge of financial accounting, finance, and strategy. The text builds a bridge between accounting and finance, is thus accessible to both finance students and accounting students, and is primarily used in Financial Statement Analysis courses as opposed to specialist accounting or finance courses. The unique characteristics of the book are the large number of real-life cases used to illustrate the theory; the step-by-step analysis methodology and the extensive discussion of strategy analysis. The distinct structure of the book, based on a business analysis before financial analysis, ensures that financial analysis is approached in a realistic real-world manner and is driven by strategy. Much of the international accounting literature agrees that national accounting regulation is not the only determinant of accounting practices. Specifically, after IFRS adoption, European differences in institutions and financial systems such as the role of banks and taxation remain to influence European accounting practices.
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Business Analysis and Valuation: IFRS Edition