Financial Management: Theory and Practice (3rd Canadian Edition)

Download Financial Management: Theory and Practice (3rd Canadian Edition) written by Eugene Brigham, Michael Ehrhardt, Jerome Gessaroli, Richard Nason in PDF format. This book is under the category Business and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 017658305X/9780176583057. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.


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Eugene Brigham, Michael Ehrhardt, Jerome Gessaroli, Richard Nason


Nelson College Indigenous; 3rd Canadian Edition




750 pages







Book Description

This Brigham’s Financial Management: Theory and Practice; 3rd Canadian Edition (PDF) presents sound financial theory and practical applications, so preparing college students for future professions in finance and business in an entertaining style that brings the material very vividly to life. This reference material places an emphasis on the steps that a manager ought to follow in order to raise the value of the company. The continuity of the content is improved, and students of management are better able to comprehend how different topics are connected by organizing the ebook around valuation and cash flows.

This educational resource is distinguished by “The Corporate Valuation Framework,” a pedagogical component that is introduced at the beginning of each chapter. The model makes the relationship between each chapter and the value of the company very clear by drawing attention to particular aspects of the framework. The e-book starts off with some fundamental ideas, such as some history on the current economic and financial climate, the concept of the value of money over time, some financial statements (with a focus on cash flows), some financial forecasting, some risk analysis, some bond valuation, and some stock valuation. Students then study specific procedures and decision criteria that can be applied to help optimize the value of the firm, after first gaining the necessary background information. MindTap raises the bar with multimedia, Concept Clips, and Aplia problem sets, giving the best solution for keeping students on track and prepared for exams and tests. MindTap is not included in this sale. Extremely modifiable; teachers may add RSS feeds, YouTube videos, Google docs, and other content to further boost student involvement and accomplish deeper learning.

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE That the PDF version of Financial Management: Theory and Practice, Third Canadian Edition is the ONLY item being sold here. There is NO MindTap or access code included with this purchase. Every price is denoted in US dollars.


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