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Financial Economics has quickly established itself as a strong and growing market. Introduction to Financial Economics by Frank Fabozzi, Ted Neave, and Gaofu Zhou presents an introduction to basic financial ideas through a strong grounding in microeconomic theory. This calculus based text explores the theoretical framework for analyzing the decisions by individuals and managers of firms, and area which is common to both the financial economics and microeconomics. It also explores the interplay of these decisions on the prices of financial assets.
Table of Contents
|About the Authors||p. xvii|
|Finance In A Certainty World With A Perfect Capital Market||p. 13|
|Consumer Financial Decisions||p. 15|
|Creating Wealth by Investing in Productive Opportunities||p. 31|
|How Investors Value Firms||p. 50|
|Firm Financing Decisions in a Perfect Capital Market||p. 78|
|Firm Investment Decisions||p. 102|
|Financial System||p. 119|
|Financial Systems, Governance, and Organization||p. 121|
|Market, Intermediary, and Internal Governance||p. 151|
|Tools For Coping With Risk||p. 177|
|The Microeconomic Foundations of Financial Economics||p. 179|
|Contingent Claims and Contingency Strategies||p. 199|
|Risk and Risk Management||p. 216|
|On Choosing Risk Measures||p. 234|
|Selection And Pricing Of Risky Assets||p. 255|
|Mean-Variance Portfolio Choice||p. 257|
|Capital Asset Pricing Model||p. 287|
|The APTand Factor Models||p. 317|
|General Principles of Asset Pricing||p. 339|
|Pricing Corporate Securities||p. 366|
|Derivative Instruments||p. 383|
|Pricing Derivatives by Arbitrage: Linear Payoff Derivatives||p. 385|
|Pricing Derivatives by Arbitrage: Nonlinear Payoff Derivatives||p. 414|
|Capital Market Imperfections And The Limits To Arbitrage||p. 449|
|Capital Market Imperfections and Financial Decision Criteria||p. 451|
|Impediments to Arbitrage||p. 479|
|Capital Structure Decisions In Imperfect Capital Markets||p. 499|
|When Capital Structure Decisions Matter||p. 501|
|Financing Decisions in Practice||p. 522|
|Financial Contracting and Deal Terms||p. 545|
|Incorporating Risk In Capital Budgeting Decisions||p. 577|
|Capital Expenditure Plans in a Risky World||p. 579|
|Evaluating Project Risk in Capital Budgeting||p. 607|
|Subject Index||p. 639|
|Author Index||p. 650|
|Deal Terms||p. 653|
|Corporate Debt Funding Instruments||p. 658|
|Investment Bankers and the Issuance of Securities||p. 665|
|Credit Risk||p. 668|
|Financial Statements||p. 677|
|Financial Ratio Analysis||p. 682|
|Estimating Cash Flows of Capital Budgeting Projects||p. 692|
|Merger and Acquisition Strategies||p. 697|
|Conglomerates as a Means of Overcoming Capital Market Imperfections||p. 701|
|Lease Financing||p. 705|
|Mathematical And Statistical Appendices|
|Taylor Series Approximation||p. 716|
|Some Elementary Concepts Involving Probability||p. 717|
|Continuous Probability Distributions||p. 722|
|Continuous Interest Rates||p. 730|
|Fundamentals of Matrix Algebra||p. 733|
|Principal Component Analysis in Finance||p. 745|
|Subject Index (Web-Appendix A To P)||p. 751|
|Author Index (Web-Appendix A To P)||p. 754|
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