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Cover of Managerial Finance v1.1
Managerial Finance v1.1
By: 
Amy K. S. Scott and Bradley C. Barnhorst
Published: 
March 2021
Discipline: 
Finance Textbooks
ISBN (Digital): 
978-1-4533-3789-9

Managerial Finance features an unusually robust integration of theory and practical application. Development of financial “intuition” and the ability to successfully apply learning to new situations is the primary goal of the book. Consequently, the learning strategy first encourages students to understand concepts before equations and discussion of operations are presented. To support the development of financial intuition, each core theoretical concept is supported by numerically based applications. All theory and application are presented in the context of decision making within an ethical stakeholder model.

Brief Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Why Finance?

Chapter 2: Ethics and Finance

Chapter 3: Financial Statements

Chapter 4: Pro Forma Statements

Chapter 5: Time Value of Money: One Cash Flow

Chapter 6: Time Value of Money: Multiple Flows

Chapter 7: Securities Markets

Chapter 8: Interest Rates and Bond Valuation

Chapter 9: Stock Valuation

Chapter 10: Assessing Risk

Chapter 11: Cost of Capital

Chapter 12: Capital Budgeting Decision Making

Chapter 13: Capital Budgeting Cash Flows

Chapter 14: Raising Capital and Capital Structure

Chapter 15: Dividend Policy

Chapter 16: Cash and the Cash Conversion Cycle

Chapter 17: Current Assets and Current Liabilities Management

Chapter 18: International Considerations

Chapter 19: Derivatives and Hedging

Chapter 20: Mergers, Acquisitions, and Divestitures

Appendix A: Review of Math Concepts


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