Financial Statement Analysis: Theory, Application, and Interpretation

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Irwin, Jan 1, 1993 - Financial statements - 1075 pages

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It was alright. If you want a rating; i used this book for a class i took about financial mgt for npo's, i ended up using the book for all my assignment essays/audit financial analysis..., my grade was a B-. Should have been a B!! I was comfortable how they delivered the theory, the figures could have been better.  

Contents

Objectives of Financial Statement Analysis
3
Tools and Techniques of Financial Statement Analysis
26
Financial Statement Analysis and Accounting
27
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About the author (1993)

Leopold A. Bernstein, Ph.D., CPA, is Professor of Accountancy at the Bernard M. Baruch College, City University of New York, and a consultant to numerous financial institutions and accounting firms. Dr. Bernstein is recipient of several prestigious honors, including the Graham and Dodd Award from the Financial Analysts Federation. He is author of several notable books including the influential college text "Financial Statement Analysis", and writes frequently for business and professional journals including "Financial Analysts Journal", "Harvard Business Review", and others.

John J. Wild, Ph.D., is Professor of Business and Vilas Research Scholar at The University of Wisconsin at Madison. A frequent speaker at both national and international conferences, Dr. Wild is Associate Editor of Contemporary Accounting Research. His research on financial accounting and business periodicals. He is the author of several bestselling books including "Fundamental Accounting Principles".

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