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Foundations of Financial Management is a proven and successful text recognized for its excellent writing style and step-by-step explanations to make the content relevant and easy to understand. The text's approach focuses on the "nuts and bolts" of finance with clear and thorough treatment of concepts and applications. There is a strong real-world emphasis presented throughout. This text has definitely stood the test of time due to the authors' time, energy, and commitment to quality revisions. In addition to completing the textbook revisions, the authors also revised ALL end of chapter problems and complete the solutions themselves. Block/Hirt/Danielson know what works and what doesn't work for students, and they have consistently maintained a high quality textbook that is responsive to the demands of the marketplace.
Bartley R. Danielsen is an Associate Professor at North Carolina State University where he teaches graduate and undergraduate corporate finance courses. Geoffrey A. Hirt is currently Professor of Finance at DePaul University. Stanley B. Block teaches financial management and investments at Texas Christian University.
Table of Contents
|The Goals and Functions of Financial Management||p. 4|
|Financial Analysis and Planning|
|Review of Accounting||p. 26|
|Financial Analysis||p. 55|
|Financial Forecasting||p. 94|
|Operating and Financial Leverage||p. 122|
|Working Capital Management|
|Working Capital and the Financing Decision||p. 156|
|Current Asset Management||p. 189|
|Sources of Short-Term Financing||p. 224|
|The Capital Budgeting Process|
|The Time Value of Money||p. 255|
|Valuation and Rates of Return||p. 285|
|Cost of Capital||p. 331|
|The Capital Budgeting Decision||p. 371|
|Risk and Capital Budgeting||p. 407|
|Long Term Financing|
|Capital Markets||p. 442|
|Investment Banking: Public and Private Placement||p. 462|
|Long-Term Debt and Lease Financing||p. 491|
|Common and Preferred Stock Financing||p. 530|
|Dividend Policy and Retained Earnings||p. 557|
|Convertibles, Warrants, and Derivatives||p. 584|
|Expanding the Perspective of Corporate Finance|
|External Growth through Mergers||p. 612|
|International Financial Management||p. 633|
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