Corporate Finance for Business

ISBN : 9780199563395

John-Paul Marney; Heather Tarbert
504 Pages
186 x 244 mm
Pub date
Mar 2011
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This pedagogically innovative and interactive corporate finance textbook not only introduces and develops core corporate finance material, but does so in a way that will capture the imagination of UK and international business and management students at undergraduate, postgraduate and professional level. As well as offering an in-depth examination of the key areas of the corporate finance syllabus, this text incorporates interesting and topical examples, cases and illustrations, bringing real life to bear on the concepts presented, and creating a lively, engaging learning tool. An activity-based approach and a unique, approachable writing style make this textbook the perfect companion for students on introductory corporate finance modules. Online Resource Centre For students Key learning points for each chapter Additional case studies Self test multiple choice questions and feedback Audio summaries of chapters Web links to relevant articles for each chapter, with commentary from the authors Audio interviews with finance specialists For lecturers Customizable PowerPoint Slides Solutions manual Questions and answers to accompany online case studies Suggestions for discursive questions Testbank - a fully customizable resource containing ready-made questions with which to test your students


1. The Nature of Finance
2. Investment Appraisal
3. Financial Markets
4. Valuation
5. Risk and the Financial Environment
6. Risk and the International Environment
7. Capital Budgeting
8. Capital Structure
9. Dividend Policy
10. Working Capital Management
11. Mergers and Acquisitions
12. Interest and Future Values

About the author: 

Dr John-Paul Marney is a Teaching Fellow at Herriot-Watt University, Edinburgh; Professor Heather Tarbert is Professor of Finance and Head of the Dundee Business School, University of Abertay Dundee

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