Corporate Finance: Theory & Practice

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Cengage Learning, 2011 - Business & Economics - 726 pages
Now in its eighth edition, this bestselling and highly-regarded textbook offers a complete introduction to financial management and corporate finance. Though it is predominantly theoretical in focus, Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice takes a relatively non-mathematical approach which offers textual explanations in a very accessible style. The authors? educational experience is apparent throughout the book: worked examples are given after each explanation and all chapters include summaries, quick questions and more detailed practice questions. New to this Edition: ? Now includes Learning Objectives at the start of each chapter ? Contains expanded coverage on risk and uncertainty in investment appraisal and the different techniques ? Highlights numerical calculations/equations to make them stand out better ? New, modern-looking text design

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Dear Colleagues,
By the time this book is to be reviewed, kindly ensure that a chapter on 'Lease or Buy' decision is included.
Our undergraduate learners at the University of Derby currently use
this book as the recommended text, but unfortunately, a chapter on 'lease or buy' is not available.
I would have sent this note to the emails of the authors but I don't have them.
Kind regards.
Posi Olatubosun
Researcher in Corporate Governance & Accountability
King's College London

About the author (2011)

Steve Lumby is a financial consultant and formerly Managing Director of LCA Education.

Chris Jones is formerly Principal Lecturer in Accounting and Finance at Sheffield Hallam University.

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