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Often economists are asked to value business. Many times the information provided is minimal and of questionable value. Data may be provided by parties wishing to bias the valuation. The financial statements typically provided are balance sheets and income statements. These sources can be fraught with errors, omissions and even fraud. The cash flow statements derived from these statements can be misleading and any analysis from these spurious statements is sure to be questioned. A set of tools... More
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
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Date Added to MERLOT: March 01, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: August 07, 2014
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Submitter: Howard Kuan

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