Financial Analysis and the Predictability of Important Economic Events

Synopsis

Financial analysis, based on ratio analysis, has been used as a tool for analyzing the financial strength of corporations. Although ratio analysis is generally used as a univariate strategy, the accounting and finance literature has evolved to include multivariate-based models in finacial analysis, and these models can be used to explain important economic events and often predict them. Thus, in an "exhaustive coverage" of the economic events to which they can be applied, Riahi-Belkaoui discusses these models in a way that will have special value to corporate management, financial planners, and to their colleagues in the academic community who specialize in business and economic analysis.

Additional information

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Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1998

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