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Study Guide to accompany Principles of Corp. Finance,9780072909999
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Study Guide to accompany Principles of Corp. Finance

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9780072909999

ISBN10:
0072909994
Pub. Date:
1/1/2000
Publisher(s):
MCG
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Summary

This guide gives students a complete learning resource. It includes solutions to all Practice Problems and Challenge Problems from the text, an introduction to each chapter, key concepts, examples, chapter summaries, and chapter exercises with solutions.

Table of Contents

PART ONE VALUE 1(150)
Finance and the Financial Manager
3(12)
Present Value and the Opportunity Cost of Capital
15(20)
How to Calculate Present Values
35(26)
The Value of Common Stocks
61(32)
Why Net Present Value Leads to Better Investment Decisions than Other Criteria
93(28)
Making Investment Decisions with the Net Present Value Rule
121(30)
PART TWO RISK 151(106)
Introduction to Risk, Return, and the Opportunity Cost of Capital
153(34)
Risk and Return
187(34)
Capital Budgeting and Risk
221(36)
PART THREE PRACTICAL PROBLEMS IN CAPITAL BUDGETING 257(92)
A Project is not a Black Box
259(32)
Where Positive Net Present Values Come From
291(24)
Making Sure Managers Maximize NPV
315(34)
PART FOUR FINANCING DECISIONS AND MARKET EFFICIENCY 349(88)
Corporate Financing and the Six Lessons of Market Efficiency
351(32)
An Overview of Corporate Financing
383(22)
How Corporations Issue Securities
405(32)
PART FIVE DIVIDEND POLICY AND CAPITAL STRUCTURE 437(144)
The Dividend Controversy
439(34)
Does Debt Policy Matter?
473(26)
How Much Should a Firm Borrow?
499(42)
Financing and Valuation
541(40)
PART SIX OPTIONS 581(86)
Spotting and Valuing Options
583(36)
Real Options
619(26)
Warrants and Convertibles
645(22)
PART SEVEN DEBT FINANCING 667(92)
Valuing Debt
669(40)
The Many Different Kinds of Debt
709(26)
Leasing
735(24)
PART EIGHT RISK MANAGEMENT 759(60)
Managing Risk
760(30)
Managing International Risks
790(29)
PART NINE FINANCIAL PLANNING AND SHORT-TERM FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 819(120)
Financial Analysis and Planning
820(35)
Short-Term Financial Planning
855(24)
Credit Management
879(20)
Cash Management
899(18)
Short-Term Lending and Borrowing
917(22)
PART TEN MERGERS, CORPORATE CONTROL, AND GOVERNANCE 939(66)
Mergers
940(36)
Control, Governance, and Financial Architecture
976(29)
PART ELEVEN CONCLUSIONS 1005
Conclusion: What We Do and Do Not Know About Finance
1006


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