Corporation Finance: Cases and Materials

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West Group, 2001 - Law - 929 pages
Introduces capital asset pricing model, option pricing theory, modern portfolio theory, and legal materials that demonstrate that these theories make a difference in the courtroom, the boardroom, and the rest of the real world. Cases and materials chosen are carefully edited for teaching and efficient coverage. Introduces students to basic accounting and evaluation concepts, the requirements for issuing shares, closely held enterprises, and publicly held corporations. Also covers the various classes of securities from common stock to options and derivatives. Deals with mergers and acquisitions and corporate practice.

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Chapter One Accounting and Valuation
Present Value and Valuation of a Going Business
Discounted Cash Flow

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About the author (2001)

Hamilton is Minerva House Drysdale Regents Chair in Law at the University of Texas.

Booth is Professor of Law & Faculty Editor--The Business Lawyer University of Maryland.

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