Multinational Business Finance
Addison-Wesley, 1992 - International business enterprises - 680 pages
The Ninth Edition of this market leader communicates the complexities of international finance clearly and authoritatively. The book features a streamlined presentation, expanded attention to emerging markets, several new chapters, and four new decision cases with an emerging-markets focus. An accompanying new Casebook by Michael Moffett includes in-depth decision cases keyed to the coverage in the Eiteman text. The authors have a knack for communicating the complexities of international finance to today's students in a manner that is clear and understandable. For anyone interested in business.
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