Capital budgeting techniques

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John Wiley & Sons Australia, Limited, Jan 1, 1984 - Business & Economics - 409 pages
A straightforward, pragmatic guide to the techniques applied in the making of capital budgeting decisions. Brings together the various devices and procedures of investment appraisal, develops them, applies them in various circumstances, and then draws comparisons. Draws upon methods of operational research and presents recent and novel applications of methods of OR in investment appraisal. Major changes include more coverage of risk and uncertainty, as well as extensive revision of chapters on network and transportation, and financial planning models.

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Basic Techniques of Appraisal
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Investment Decisions and Linear Programming

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Michael Wilkes is Professor of Business Investment and Management at the University of Birmingham. The author of Capital Budgeting Techniques and co-author of Management of Company Finance, he is an experienced teacher and researcher in the field of investment decision making.

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