Fundamentals of Financial Management, Concise Edition
Give your students a focused understanding of today 's corporate finance and financial management with the latest concise approach from the market-leading author team that has set the standard for quality, reliability, accuracy, and innovation. Brigham/Houston 's new FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, CONCISE EDITION, 7E provides a unique balance of clear concepts, contemporary theory, and practical applications with early coverage of Time Value of Money (TVM) and an emphasis on the concept of valuation throughout. This edition 's emphasis on the basics helps students understand the concepts and reasons behind corporate budgeting, financing, and working capital decision making. Numerous practical examples, proven end-of-chapter applications, and Integrated Cases demonstrate theory in action, while Excel Spreadsheet Models help students master this important finance tool. A comprehensive support package --prepared by the text authors -- connects closely with the book to reduce preparation time and reinforce students understanding. You can engage your students with Thomson One Business School Edition, the same financial online database professionals use every day; today's leading online homework solution, Aplia for Finance; or CengageNOW course management system. Trust the strengths and support found in FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, CONCISE EDITION, 7E to put you and your students First in Finance today.
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