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    • Financial Crisis, Firms, Reporting Entities, and the Going Concern Assumption 

      Moore, Louella (Washburn University. School of Business, 2017-03-1)
      Orthodox academic and accounting standard setting literature has historically viewed accounting reporting entities as independent units with an indefinite life. The 1929 and 2008 financial crises are used as focal points ...
    • U.S. Equities' Heartbreaking Performance is Nothing New 

      Weigand, Robert A. (Washburn University. School of Business, 2009-11-1)
      US equities have delivered poor long-term returns with surprising regularity: in the 1910s, the 1930s, the 1970s, and the 2000s. Following bear markets of the 1930s and the 1970s, stock valuations languished for a considerable ...