Fundamentals of corporate finance / Richard A Brealey; Stewart C Myers; Alan J MarcusMaterial type: TextSeries: McGraw-Hill/Irwin series in finance, insurance, and real estatePublisher: Singapore : McGraw-Hill Education, 2018Edition: Ninth edition, McGraw-Hill International editionDescription: 726 pages : illustrations ; 26 cmISBN: 9781260091908; 9789813151895; 9813151897; 1260091902Subject(s): Corporations -- Finance | Business and management | Finance & accountingLOC classification: HG4020 | B2 2018
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"This international student edition is for use outside the U.S." -- Cover
pt. 1. Introduction. Ch. 1. The Firm and the Financial Manager. Ch. 2. Accounting and Finance -- pt. 2. Value. Ch. 3. The Time Value of Money. Ch. 4. Valuing Bonds and Stocks. Ch. 5. Net Present Value and Other Investment Criteria. Ch. 6. Using Discounted Cash-Flow Analysis to Make Investment Decisions. Ch. 7. Project Analysis -- pt. 3. Risk. Ch. 8. Introduction to Risk, Return, and the Opportunity Cost of Capital. Ch. 9. Risk, Return, and Capital Budgeting. Ch. 10. The Cost of Capital -- pt. 4. Financing. Ch. 11. Corporate Financing and the Lessons of Market Efficiency. Ch. 12. An Overview of Corporate Financing. Ch. 13. How Corporations Issue Securities -- pt. 5. Capital Structure and Dividend Policy. Ch. 14. Debt Policy. Ch. 15. Dividend Policy -- pt. 6. Financial Planning. Ch. 16. Financial Statement Analysis. Ch. 17. Financial Planning. Ch. 18. Working Capital Management and Short-Term Planning -- pt. 7. Short-Term Financial Decisions. Ch. 19. Cash and Inventory Management.
Ch. 20. Credit Management and Bankruptcy -- pt. 8. Special Topics. Ch. 21. Mergers, Acquisitions, and Corporate Control. Ch. 22. International Financial Management. Ch. 23. Options. Ch. 24. Risk Management -- pt. 9. Conclusion. Ch. 25. What We Do and Do Not Know about Finance -- App. A. Present Value Tables.
A text for a first course in corporate finance, concentrating on how companies invest in real assets and how they raise the money to pay for these investments, for students with little or no background in business or finance. After background material, Parts II-V cover valuation, cost of capital, financing, and capital structure and dividend policy. Parts VI and VII look at financial planning and short-term financial decisions, and Part VIII covers special topics such as mergers and risk management. Pedagogical features include self-test questions and worked answers, chapter problems, mini-cases, calculator exercises, and readings on finance in practice. Contains color photos and color design elements. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
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