Table of contents for Financial reporting and statement analysis : a strategic perspective / Clyde P. Stickney, Paul R. Brown.
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Part I. Introduction to Financial Reporting and Financial Statement Analysis 1. Overview of Financial Reporting and Financial Statement Analysis 2. Income Flows versus Cash Flows: Key Relationships in Understanding the Dynamics of a Business 3. Introduction to Profitability and Risk Analysis Part II. Impact of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles on Profitability and Risk Analysis 4. Relevant Financial Statement Data for Analysis 5. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles: Income Recognition and Asset Valuation 6. Generally Accepted Accepting Principles: Liability Recognition and Related Expenses 7. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles: Intercorporate Investments Part III. Exploring Profitability and Risk Analysis in More Depth 8. Profitability Analysis: an Extended Look 9. Risk Analysis: An Extended Look Part IV. Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation 10. Pro Forma Financial Statements 11. Valuation: Cash Flow Based Approaches 12. Valuation: Earnings-Based Approach
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