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Financial Management: Theory and Practice,. Thirteen Edition. Michael C. Ehrhardt and Eugene F. Brigham. VP/Editorial Director: Jack W. Calhoun. Publisher. Editorial Reviews. Review. " [FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: THEORY & PRACTICE] Financial Management: Theory & Practice eBook: Eugene F. Brigham. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Dr. Eugene F. Brigham is Graduate Research Professor Emeritus at the University of Florida, where he has taught since.
The book begins with a presentation of corporate finance fundamentals before progressing to discussions of specific techniques used to maximize the value of a firm. It also explores the recent financial and economic crises and the role of finance in the business world. With its relevant and engaging presentation, numerous examples, and emphasis on Excel usage, this text serves as a complete reference tool for you in your academic or business career. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version. After downloading this product, site will e-mail you an Access Code and redemption instructions for this online content. In some cases, you may also require a course code from your Instructor. Please consult the e-mail for additional details on redeeming your code and accessing the online content.
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The cases are listed under each chapter title. If you would like to review the full case, contact your Cengage Learning representative or fill out the form and we will contact you. For more information about custom publishing options, visit www.
All resources available to students are of course also available to instructors, and instructors also have access to the course management tools. This online portal, available for free when bundled with the text, houses the most current and upto-date content concerning the economic crisis.
Organized by discipline, the GEC Resource Center offers the solutions instructors and students need in an easy-to-use format. Included are an overview and timeline of the historical events leading up to the crisis; links to the latest news and resources; discussion and testing content; an instructor feedback forum; and a Global Issues Database.
Study Guide. This supplement outlines the key sections of each chapter, and it provides students with a set of questions and problems similar to those in the text and in the Test Bank, along with worked-out solutions. Instructors seldom use the Study Guide themselves, but students often find it useful, so we recommend that instructors ask their bookstores to have copies available.
Our bookstores generally have to reorder it, which attests to its popularity with students. These ancillaries include: Preface xxvii Excel Tool Kits. Proficiency with spreadsheets is an absolute necessity for all MBA students. The Tool Kit models include explanations and screen shots that show students how to use many of the features and functions of Excel, enabling the Tool Kits to serve as selftaught tutorials.
End-of-Chapter Spreadsheet Problems. The model is partially completed, with headings but no formulas, so the student must literally build a model. Using real world data, students are better able to develop the skills they will need in the real world.
Interactive Study Center. Course Management Tools Available only to Instructors Instructors have access to all of the materials listed above, plus additional course management tools. These materials include: Solutions Manual. This comprehensive manual contains worked-out solutions to all end-of-chapter materials.
PowerPoint Slides. There is a Mini Case at the end of each chapter. These cases cover all the essential issues presented in the chapter, and they provide the structure for our class lectures.
For each Mini Case, we developed a set of PowerPoint slides that present graphs, tables, lists, and calculations for use in lectures. Although based on the Mini Cases, the slides are completely self-contained in the sense that they can be used for lectures regardless of whether students are required to read the mini cases. Also, instructors can easily customize the slides, and they can be converted quickly into any PowerPoint Design Template.
Always double-check the conversion; some templates use differently sized fonts, which can cause some slide titles to run over their allotted space.
In addition to the PowerPoint slides, we also provide Excel spreadsheets that do the calculations required in the Mini Cases. These spreadsheets are similar to the Tool Kits except a the numbers correspond to the Mini Cases rather than the chapter examples, and b we added some features that make it possible to do what-if analysis on a real-time basis in class. Then we toggle to Excel and use a sensitivity-based graph to show how bond prices change as interest rates and time to maturity vary.
More and more students are bringing their laptops to class, and they can follow along, doing the what-if analysis for themselves.
Solutions to End-of-Chapter Spreadsheet Problems. Test Bank.
The Test Bank contains more than 1, class-tested questions and problems. Information regarding the topic and degree of difficulty, along with the complete solution for all numerical problems, is provided with each question.
The Test Bank is available in three forms: 1 in a printed book; 2 in Microsoft Word files; and 3 in a computerized test bank software package, Exam View, which has many features that make test preparation, scoring, and grade recording easy, including the ability to generate different versions of the same problem. More than cases written by Eugene F.
Brigham, Linda Klein, and Chris Buzzard are now available via the Internet, and new cases are added every year. These cases are in a database that allows instructors to select cases and create their own customized casebooks. Most of the cases have accompanying spreadsheet models that, while not essential for working the case, do reduce number crunching and thus leave more time for students to consider conceptual issues.
The models also illustrate how computers can be used to make better financial decisions. Cases that we have found particularly useful for the different chapters are listed in the end-of-chapter references. Please contact your sales representative to learn how you may qualify.
Also, we set up self-test questions at the end of each major section within the text to enable students to take real-time tests on their own before moving on. The end-of-chapter EOC questions and problems are similar to, but often go beyond, the self-test questions, and the test bank questions and problems are similar to the EOC materials.
If students read the text, do the self-test questions as they go along, and then work a sampling of the EOC questions and problems, they should do well on exams drawn from the test bank.
Accounting Statements and Free Cash Flow. We agreed, and this edition does a much better job in this regard. Cash Flows and Risk in Capital Budgeting.
In that edition, we used relatively simple and straightforward illustrative projects in Chapter 11 but switched to entirely different and more complex projects in Chapter For this edition, we rewrote Chapter 12, continuing with the Chapter 11 examples. We also reordered materials to present them in a more logical sequence. One reviewer stated that this chapter was the single biggest improvement in the twelfth edition.
Financial Forecasting. In addition, we used an improved Excel model to streamline our illustrative forecast and to make the forecasting process simpler and clearer to students. Capital Budgeting.
We moved the analysis of projects with unequal lives back from Chapter 13 to Chapter 12 because unequal life analysis is more closely related to the other topics in Chapter We rearranged some of the sections to improve the discussion in Chapter We also moved the discussion of merger regulation to a Web Appendix to help streamline the chapter.
We could continue to list changes in this edition, but these items provide instructors particularly those familiar with the last edition with a good idea of the kinds of revisions that were made to this text. It also lets students know how authors try to improve their texts. First, we would like to thank Dana Aberwald Clark, who worked closely with us at every stage of the revision—her assistance was absolutely invaluable. Second, Susan Whitman provided great typing and logistical support. Nimalendran, Jay Ritter, Mike Ryngaert, Craig Tapley, and Carolyn Takeda gave us many useful suggestions regarding the ancillaries and many parts of the book, including the integrated cases.