Towards a more accurate equity valuation: An empirical analysis by Stefan HenschkeTowards a more accurate equity valuation: An empirical analysis by Stefan Henschke

Towards a more accurate equity valuation: An empirical analysis

byStefan Henschke

Paperback | August 26, 2009 | German

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The accurate valuation of companies is essential for investors and managers. What appears to be straightforward from an academic perspective - discount expected future payoffs using adequate cost of capital - can be extremely difficult to implement. Using an empirical approach, Stefan Henschke investigates and improves the performance of different equity valuation methods. His research provides guidance for identifying inaccurate valuations and for improving the accuracy of valuations based on multiples.
Dr. Stefan Henschke received his doctor's degree at the University of Cologne, his supervisor was Prof. Dr. Carsten Homburg from the Department of Management Accounting.
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Title:Towards a more accurate equity valuation: An empirical analysisFormat:PaperbackPublished:August 26, 2009Publisher:Gabler VerlagLanguage:German

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ISBN - 10:3834919276

ISBN - 13:9783834919274

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Table of Contents

Valuing equity.- The accuracy of equity valuation methods.- Multiples: Controlling for differences between firms.- Linear information models: The effects of conservative accounting.- Summary and conclusions.