Financial management and policy

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Prentice-Hall, 1980 - Business & Economics - 808 pages
KEY BENEFIT: This book is highly respected for its effective integration of financial theory and practice. This classic book explores the rapidly evolving and exciting theory of finance as it relates to a corporation's investment in assets, financing, and dividends. It explains the ways in which analytical techniques are brought to bear on financial decision making, and supplies the institutional material necessary for a solid understanding of the environment in which financial decisions are made. For anyone interested in the world of finance.

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part III
Time value of money
Measuring the return from a stock investment

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Van Horne of Stanford University

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