Economic Value Added (EVA) in Indian Corporates
Sectors To Meet The Requirments Of Those Interested In Research And Study Of The Subject. 9 Chapters, 7 Appendices, Bibliography And An Index. The Focus Is On Economic Value Added And Its Various Aspects And Sub-Themes. Covers Many Financial Variables Like Eva, Npv, Arnw, Eps, Lp, Kp, Roce And Nopat.
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EVA VISAVIS OTHER SELECT VARIABLES
AWARENESS OF EVA IN INDIAN CORPORATES
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Accounting Standards Adjusted R-Square Std Alfa Laval Analysis between MVA ANOVA ARNW assets Bharat Petroleum Coefficients 1 Constant concept correlation cost of capital Crompton Greaves Dependent Variable df Mean Square Durbin-Watson R-Square earnings Economic Value Added Error Coefficients Beta Error of Durbin-Watson Estimate Durbin-Watson Fertilizers and Chemicals financial performance financial statements financial variables firm Gujarat Hero Honda Motors Honda Motors Ltd implementation independent Indian corporate Industry investment market value added Model R R-Square Model Sum Model Summary Model Model Unstandardized Coefficients NOPAT operating profit performance measures Petroleum Corporation Ltd Predictors R-Square Adjusted R-Square R-Square Adjusted Std R-Square the Estimate Ranbaxy Laboratories Rank Reddy's Laboratories Reddy's Laboratories Ltd regression analysis Regression Analysis—Year Residual 000 ROCE sample companies shareholder value significant Square F Squares 1 Regression statistical Stern Stewart Sum of df Table Tata Elxsi Total Unstandardized Coefficients Standardized Videocon WACC