Cases in Corporate Finance
8 Pages Posted: 14 Feb 2001
Date Written: Winter 2001
This course uses intensive analysis of case studies to develop the student's ability to make financial decisions. The topics run the gamut of corporate financial decisions, including performance evaluation, working capital management, dividend policy, capital structure policy, use and valuation of derivatives, capital budgeting and mergers and acquisitions. Some new material will be covered, but much of the course involves applying and integrating ideas the student has learned in earlier courses, leading to a deeper understanding and appreciation of the value and limitations of the theory of finance.
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