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When a company changes hands, its finances appear to undergo an instant and dramatic change. Why?
Aleksander A. Aleszczyk
On 15 January 2018, Carillion went into liquidation. Chris Higson explores its demise
Valuing non-traditional firms is a technical challenge. Here’s what you need to know
Businesses with big profits and few debts should be easy to value. If only that were true
New research shows that systematic corporate earnings shocks have macroeconomic effects, especially on inflation and GDP growth
When companies merge, they bring people together too. How do you merge the hearts and minds of people?
Research by London Business School’s Taylor Begley shows that in chasing a good rating, companies may be damaging their long-term prospects.
The OECD publishes 'BEPS' tax reform proposals, transforming international taxation of multinationals over the next few years.
If we could better predict bankruptcy, would market participants be able to avoid some of the consequences of costly default proceedings?
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Associate Professor of Accounting Practice
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Professor of Accounting
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Professor of Accounting; Chair, Accounting Faculty
22 February 2011