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Corporate Financial Distress


Corporate Financial Distress

Going Concern Evaluation in Both International and U.S. Contexts

von: Marisa Agostini

51,16 €

Verlag: Palgrave Pivot
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 16.05.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9783319785004
Sprache: englisch

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This book, divided into three main parts, will offer a complete overview of the concept of corporate financial distress, emphasizing the different typologies of corporate paths included in this broad concept. It will reorganize and update academic literature about the evaluation of corporate financial distress from the first studies about failure prediction to the most recent contributions. It will also provide evidence about the evolution of going concern standards in both international and U.S. contexts. Moreover, an in-depth analysis of this broad concept will permit the identification of a set of research questions to be investigated from both theoretical and empirical points of view, and will be of interest to academic researchers and doctoral students of accounting, auditing and finance, professionals, and standard setters.   
Chapter 1: Introduction.Chapter 2:Corporate financial distress: a roadmap of the academic literature about its definition and tools of evaluation.Chapter 3: Going concern evaluation in the U.S. context: the respective roles of auditors and managers.Chapter 4: The international accounting convergence promoted by IASB and FASB regarding going concern status.Chapter 5: The role of going concern evaluation in both prediction and explanation of corporate financial distress.
Marisa Agostini is an assistant professor of accounting at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice where she has taught accounting since 2009. She obtained her Ph.D. in business in 2012 after a research period at the McCombs School of Business (The University of Texas at Austin, U.S.A.) where she began studying corporate financial distress. Her research interests include financial statements analysis (especially fraud), financial reporting and disclosure, accounting history and integrated reporting. She has been published in international journals such as Accounting History and Social and Environmental Accountability Journal.
This book, divided into three main parts, will offer a complete overview of the concept of corporate financial distress, emphasizing the different typologies of corporate paths included in this broad concept. It will reorganize and update academic literature about the evaluation of corporate financial distress from the first studies about failure prediction to the most recent contributions. It will also provide evidence about the evolution of going concern standards in both international and U.S. contexts. Moreover, an in-depth analysis of this broad concept will permit the identification of a set of research questions to be investigated from both theoretical and empirical points of view, and will be of interest to academic researchers and doctoral students of accounting, auditing and finance, professionals, and standard setters.  
Focuses on corporate financial distress and the accounting/auditing procedures of going concern evaluation

Brings together different streams of academic research: both accounting and auditing literature about going concern evaluation

Provides an overview from both theoretical and practical points of view
·         Focuses on corporate financial distress and the accounting/auditing procedures of going concern evaluation ·         Brings together different streams of academic research: both accounting and auditing literature about going concern evaluation ·         Provides an overview from both theoretical and practical points of view

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