William H. Beaver mainly investigates Financial economics, Econometrics, Earnings, Book value and Valuation. William H. Beaver combines subjects such as Accounting earnings, Post-earnings-announcement drift and Earnings response coefficient with his study of Financial economics. His work carried out in the field of Econometrics brings together such families of science as Actuarial science and Market value.
The Earnings study combines topics in areas such as Systematic risk and Corporate finance. The various areas that William H. Beaver examines in his Book value study include Return on equity and Net asset value. His Valuation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Equity and Accrual.
William H. Beaver focuses on Earnings, Econometrics, Actuarial science, Financial economics and Accounting. His Earnings study incorporates themes from Corporate finance, Equity and Monetary economics. His research in Equity intersects with topics in Valuation and Market value.
His Econometrics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Estimation and Capital market. His Actuarial science research includes themes of Bankruptcy and Financial ratio. His Financial economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Post-earnings-announcement drift, Earnings response coefficient and Currency.
His main research concerns Earnings, Accounting, Return volatility, Capital market and Monetary economics. His work on Earnings response coefficient as part of his general Earnings study is frequently connected to Financial statement, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Earnings response coefficient, focusing on Econometrics and, on occasion, Financial economics.
His Monetary economics research integrates issues from Bankruptcy and Credit risk. His studies deal with areas such as Actuarial science, Transparency and Liability as well as Default. William H. Beaver has included themes like Accounting information system and Market price in his Actuarial science study.
William H. Beaver mostly deals with Return volatility, Earnings, Capital market, Financial statement and Cross-collateralization. His study in Return volatility is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Market reaction, Corporate finance and Monetary economics. His research integrates issues of Stock price and Demographic economics in his study of Earnings.
Financial statement is integrated with Market price, Empirical evidence, Modern portfolio theory, Actuarial science and Premise in his research. His research investigates the connection with Cross-collateralization and areas like Financial system which intersect with concerns in Credit default swap. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Information asymmetry and Transparency.
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Financial Ratios As Predictors Of Failure
William H. Beaver.
Journal of Accounting Research (1966)
The relevance of the value relevance literature for financial accounting standard setting: another view $
Mary E Barth;William H Beaver;Wayne R Landsman.
Journal of Accounting and Economics (2001)
The Association Between Market Determined and Accounting Determined Risk Measures
William Beaver;Paul Kettler;Myron Scholes.
Relative valuation roles of equity book value and net income as a function of financial health
Mary E Barth;William H Beaver;Wayne R Landsman.
Journal of Accounting and Economics (1998)
Conditional and Unconditional Conservatism:Concepts and Modeling
William H. Beaver;Stephen G. Ryan.
Review of Accounting Studies (2005)
The information content of security prices
William Beaver;Richard Lambert;Dale Morse.
Journal of Accounting and Economics (1980)
Discretionary behavior with respect to allowances for loan losses and the behavior of security prices
William H. Beaver;Ellen E. Engel.
Journal of Accounting and Economics (1996)
Biases and Lags in Book Value and Their Effects on the Ability of the Book-to-Market Ratio to Predict Book Return on Equity
William H. Beaver;Stephen G. RYANt.
Journal of Accounting Research (2000)
The Association between Unsystematic Security Returns and the Magnitude of Earnings Forecast Errors
William H. Beaver;Roger Clarke;William F. Wright.
Journal of Accounting Research (1979)
Accruals, Cash Flows, and Equity Values
Mary E. Barth;William H. Beaver;John R. M. Hand;Wayne R. Landsman.
Review of Accounting Studies (1999)
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