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The terrific writing trio of Richard Brealey, Stewart Myers, and Alan Marcus join forces to present college and university students with a solid resource for purchase or rental in their textbook Fundamentals of Corporate Finance + Standard & Poor's Educational Version of Market Insight, ISBN 9780077263348. This text boasts a contemporary approach with a...
The terrific writing trio of Richard Brealey, Stewart Myers, and Alan Marcus join forces to present college and university students with a solid resource for purchase or rental in their textbook Fundamentals of Corporate Finance + Standard & Poor's Educational Version of Market Insight, ISBN 9780077263348. This text boasts a contemporary approach with a myriad of relatable examples that guide students to a deeper understanding of concepts presented. Integrating a thoughtfully organized format and clear writing style, this book presents extensive coverage of in-depth research through the use of the most effective instructional pedagogy. Richard Brealey, Stewart Myers, and Alan Marcus strategically organize the concepts of Fundamentals of Corporate Finance + Standard & Poor's Educational Version of Market Insight across eight sections and 25 chapters. Part 1 provides an 'Introduction' and includes chapters devoted to goals and governance of the firm, financial markets and institutions, accounting and finance, as well as measuring corporate performance. Part 2 discusses the concept of 'Value' with information presented on such topics as the time value of money, valuing bonds and stocks, net present value and other investment criteria, and project analysis. 'Risk' is the topic of choice in part 3 with chapters devoted to risk, return, and the opportunity cost of capital, and capital budgeting. Part 4 investigates topics surrounding 'Financing' with time spent on corporate financing, venture capital, IPOs, and seasoned offerings. Part 5 examines 'Debt and Payout Policy' followed by part 6 delving into 'Financial Analysis and Planning' with chapters looking at long-term and short-term financial planning as well as working capital management. Chapter 7 presents 'Special Topics' covering mergers, acquisitions, and corporate control, international financial management, options, and risk management. The final section, part 8, offers a 'Conclusion' with a discussion of what we do and do not know about finance.
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