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The Thirteenth Edition of this successful book provides a survey of the foundations of the finance discipline. It covers the three major financial areas: Institutions & Markets, Investments, and Financial Management. This approach helps readers develop an integrated perspective of the different foundations of finance.
Ronald Melicher is a Professor of Finance and Chair of the Finance Division in the College of Business at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is also a President's Teaching Scholar and the W. H. Baughn Distinguished Scholar. Dr. Melicher is currently in his 31st year of teaching at the University of Colorado.
Table of Contents
|The Financial Environment|
|Financial Assets and Intermediaries|
|Savings and Investment Process|
|Time Value of Money Basics|
|Return and Risk Basics|
|Bonds: Characteristics and Valuation|
|Equity: Characteristics and Valuation|
|Business Organization and Financial Data|
|Financial Analysis and Long-Term Planning|
|Evaluating Business Investments|
|Estimating Project Cash Flows|
|Capital Structure and the Cost of Capital|
|Managing Working Capital|
|Short-term Business Financing|
|International Finance and Trade|
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