Modern Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice is suitable for the following courses: Introduction to Corporate Finance, Corporate Finance, Introduction to Financial Management, Financial management or similar titles taught at the undergraduate and graduate levels at two- and four-year colleges and universities.
Modern Corporate Finance combines a forward-looking vision of corporate finance with tried-and-true best practices that fill a void in contemporary teaching materials. Through its clear and concise approach, the authors emphasize the modernist movement in finance. This approach is based on systematic methodology that emphasizes deductive reasoning and empirical validation. This version now includes video mini-lectures at strategic learning points throughout each chapter, video tutorials to help learners better understand the steps involved in solving example problems, and a completely restructured and refreshed set of instructor and student supplements.
New in This Version
- More than 130 instructional videos recorded specifically for this version are embedded throughout
- More than 70 narrated lecture videos explain the most important concepts from each chapter (3–5 per chapter on average)
- More than 60 demonstration problem videos provide step-by-step instructions on how to solve textbook problems. The videos provide both an audio and video explanation of demonstration problems
- More than 20 Excel solutions to sample problems. Excel files provide a textual explanation of how to solve the demonstration problem and also provide an explanation of Excel formulas and parameters used in the Excel solution. The Excel solutions extend a student's understanding of the financial concepts while also demonstrating how to set up a spreadsheet model to solve finance problems.
- Time-specific content updated throughout the text, including both descriptive changes and data tables in the following: the Preface, Figure 1.2, Figure 1.4, Table 1.1, Table 2.2, Window 3.3, Figure 5.3, Table 12.1, Table 13.1, Table 14.4, Table 16.3, Example 19.1, Figure 19.1, and Figure 20.1
- New Example 9.3 (real call and real put options) that also includes two new figures (9.11 and 9.12)
- New Workshop 19.1 (demystifying the interest rate parity theorem)
- New Table 19.6 (examples of interest rate parity)
- PowerPoint lecture slides are now more concise and visually organized