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Summarizes previous research on the links between share prices, accounting earnings and fundamentals (i.e. financial variables); identifies value‐relevant fundamentals used by analysts and assesses their usefulness by using principal components analysis on 1992‐1996 data for 50 French...
Discusses the increasing use of valuation models in accounting and finance research, identifies potential difficulties in the conventional model and develops a simple version (which can deal with negative earnings) of the Edwards, Bell and Ohlson model, estimated from 1987‐1997 UK data. Finds...
Outlines the valuation models of Ohlson (1995) and Feltham and Ohlson (1995), which relate share prices to accounting data, and develops a version which substitutes net value added for earnings. Tests it on 1978‐1995 US data and shows that it is better than the conventional model at explaining...
Outlines the key features of the Ohlson (1995) and Feltham and Ohlson (1995, 1996) models, which relate share values to current accounting numbers, and reviews research on their empirical application. Identifies some inconsistencies in results and directions for future research.
Presents a study of the importance of multinationality in predicting firm valuation and profitability using Ohlson’s (1988, 1991) valuation model as a basis for model development. Tests these models on 1987‐1992 US data and compares them with predictions based on current return on equity....
Outlines the role of the conservatism inherent in generally accepted accounting principles in Ohlson’s (1995) and Feltham and Ohlson’s (1995) valuation models and compares it with other research findings. Identifies potential sources of conservatism (e.g. expensing advertising costs,...
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