Corporate Financial Research and Reporting

Course Code
ACC 555
Hours
2.25 hours
Type
Core
Offered
  • Fall 18 (A)
  • Fall 19 (A)
  • Fall 20 (A)
Prerequisites
ACC 501 or 502 or 591

Corporate Financial Research and Reporting --- Corporate financial statements are a key source of information about the economic activities of a firm. This course is intended to enhance your ability to relate economic events to financial statement and to aid in developing a coordinated set of concepts and principles to serve as a framework for analyzing a wide variety of financial reporting issues. In addition, we will work on developing your skills in researching an accounting problem. The goal is to provide you with the skills and information to research and understand transactions the most corporations face.

Taught By
Christopher Williams
  • Associate Professor of Accounting
  • Clyne Crawford Teaching Fellow
  • Michael and Joan Sakkinen Faculty Fellow
  • Faculty Director Accounting PhD Program
Chris Williams is an associate professor of accounting and the Michael and Joan Sakkinen Faculty Fellow at the Ross School of Business. His research...