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The 12th edition of Brigham and Houston's Fundamentals of Financial Management is still a leading reference in business. Written as an introductory material for students planning to enter corporate finance environments, it provides a solid foundation on the essentials while giving timely and real world examples to help students develop a better sense of...
The 12th edition of Brigham and Houston's Fundamentals of Financial Management is still a leading reference in business. Written as an introductory material for students planning to enter corporate finance environments, it provides a solid foundation on the essentials while giving timely and real world examples to help students develop a better sense of the theoretical concepts presented in each chapter. Applications and end-of-chapter exercises help assist in progress, while the case studies that are integrated with the text makes budgeting, financing, and decision-making simple to understand. This edition also comes with online support, allowing students to apply the concepts in a more practical manner. The market leading Fundamentals of Financial Management (with Thomson ONE - Business School Edition) ISBN 9780324597707 discusses markets and institutions, cash flow, taxes, and financial statements, as well as the principle of time value of money. There is also a section on financial assets, followed by capital budgeting, and capital structure. The latter parts discuss dividend policies, working capital and financial planning, risk management, derivatives, hybrid financing, multinational financial management, and mergers and acquisitions. Author Eugene Brigham has an established career in teaching and has authored and co-authored a long list of books on subjects like managerial economics and managerial finance. He has been teaching in the University of Florida since 1971. Co-author Joel Houston is an accomplished professor and author, having been published in a long list of top finance and economics journals. He is an award-winning instructor and now holds the William D. Hussey Professor of Business Administration title at the University of Florida.
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