The information volume growth, need in the processing and analysis, as well as the improvement of information technologies in various fields of human activity lead to the need for constant updating of methods and techniques for teaching schoolchildren, students and retraining of the adult population. To improve the methodological support of lecturers and researchers, various theoretical and experimental studies, assessments, and analysis of innovative methods and approaches are carried out that can be implemented in the learning process in order to increase its effectiveness on a new information base. The monograph presents results of pedagogical research carried out in various areas of education and training of specialists, and aimed at improving the quality and effectiveness of modern educational processes. Research materials presented in the monograph have a theoretical and practical novelty and will be useful for lecturers, professors and trainers of other educational institutions, undergraduates, graduate students and other specialists in the field of education.
The aim of the monograph is presentation of copyrighted research materials on modern methods for assessing and analyzing the financial condition of a company, including the development of matrix analysis, analysis of capital structure, proposals for the application of some new ratios, their comparative analysis, proposals for classifying ratios used for analysis. The second objective function of this monograph is to conduct a systematic analysis of modern areas and methods for assessing various indicators of the financial condition of the company and provide recommendations on their practical use for decision-making in management.
The monograph includes many practical examples with evaluation formulas and analysis of financial indicators. The author’s developments are presented in conjunction with other well-known modern and classical methods for assessing the financial condition of a company. Since some of the classical methods in a number of papers and information sources are presented in a slightly modified form (in particular, for example, bankruptcy assessment methods), careful work was carried out to compare them with the primary sources and to verify the possibility of their application on the recent data (practical approbation) . Therefore, in the monograph, these classical methods are brought into line with the primary sources, have relevant information links and are provided with analytical author's comments on the possibility of their practical application.