Questions of Value
Master the Latest Developments in Value-
Based Management, Investment & Regulation
Edited By Andrew Black
Financial Times / Pearson Education
320 Pages, Illustrated, 6 ¾" x 9 ½"
$99.50 paper original
There has been considerable growth in and maturing of ideas surrounding shareholder
value, value-based management and financial reporting. Here, in a single source,
experts from a variety of professional backgrounds come together to provide
a set of practices for valuation and corporate analysis.
This book will enable you to gain a rapid overview of the different aspects
of valuation and put this into practice in your own business. It explains why
there are such differences of opinion in matters relating to corporate valuations,
where the limits of traditional accountancy are and where a more value-based
valuation methodology can begin.
The book brings up-to-date the developments in thinking by institutional investors,
experts in pensions, and professionals in corporate reporting. It incorporates
insights gained from recent accounting mishaps such as Enron, and discusses
the implications of Sarbanes Oxley and other planned changes in legislation.
There are also in-depth analyses from the patient as well as from the consultant's
chair helping you understand the practicalities of Value Based Management. The
experts will guide you through a number of difficult valuation issues and describe
best practice for you to use in your business.
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