Course description

Financial statements are important sources of insight as to the financial health, prospects, and value of a company. But just how accurate are these reports? Is management's view trustworthy or biased? What are the warnings? This course introduces a framework for the analysis of financial statements and financial plans, with particular focus on their usefulness in valuing and financing companies and evaluating corporate and management performance.


  • Associate Professor of Accounting, College of Management, University of Massachusetts, Boston

Associated Schools

  • Harvard Division of Continuing Education

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