Case Studies in Finance: Managing for Corporate Value Creation 4e
Robert F. Bruner, CASE STUDIES IN FINANCE: MANAGING FOR CORPORATE VALUE CREATION, 4th edition, McGraw-Hill/Irwin, July 2002
8 Pages Posted: 24 Nov 2002
This book presents 46 case studies in finance, targeted toward upper-level undergraduates and introductory and intermediate-level MBA students. The purpose of these cases is to afford the basis for classroom discussion of tools and concepts. The range of topics includes value creation, market efficiency, economic profit, financial analysis and forecasting, cost of capital, capital budgeting, dividend policy, equity issuance, capital structure management, derivative securities, and mergers and acquisitions. The spirit of these cases is to link the study of value creation with a respect for the administrative point of view, and an orientation toward capital markets. All of the cases are set in 1995 or later; 61 percent are new or updated since the third edition. The downloadable paper outlines the plan of the book and its table of contents.
Note: The downloadable document describes the book in more detail with excerpts from the preface and table of contents. Also, an Instructor's Manual containing discussion outlines and case analyses is available on a restricted basis to university instructors upon request to Ms. Barbara Hari, McGraw-Hill/Irwin (mailto:Barbara_Hari@mcgraw-hill.com). A collection of spreadsheet files supporting student and teacher preparation of the cases is available to instructors adopting the book for classroom use.
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