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Financial Management and Analysis Workbook: Step-by-Step Exercises and Tests to Help You Master Financial Management and Analysis, 2nd Edition

ISBN: 978-0-471-47761-7
448 pages
February 2004
Financial Management and Analysis Workbook: Step-by-Step Exercises and Tests to Help You Master Financial Management and Analysis, 2nd Edition (0471477613) cover image
A comprehensive guide to understanding the world of financial management and analysis
This complement to the bestselling Financial Management and Analysis allows readers to self-test their understanding before applying the concepts to real-world situations.
Pamela P. Peterson, PhD, CPA (Tallahassee, FL), is Professor of Finance at Florida State University. Wendy D. Habegger (Tallahassee, FL) is a PhD student in Finance at Florida State University.
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PART ONE: Questions and Problems.

CHAPTER 1: Introduction to Financial Management and Analysis.

CHAPTER 2: Securities and Markets.

CHAPTER 3: Financial Institutions and the Cost of Money.

CHAPTER 4: Introduction to Derivatives.

CHAPTER 5: Taxation.

CHAPTER 6: Financial Statements.

CHAPTER 7: Mathematics of Finance.

CHAPTER 8: Principles of Asset Valuation and Investment Returns.

CHAPTER 9: Valuation of Securities and Options.

CHAPTER 10: Risk and Expected Return.

CHAPTER 11: The Cost of Capital.

CHAPTER 12: Capital Budgeting: Cash Flows.

CHAPTER 13: Capital Budgeting Techniques.

CHAPTER 14: Capital Budgeting and Risk.

CHAPTER 15: Intermediate and Long-Term Debt.

CHAPTER 16: Common Stock.

CHAPTER 17: Preferred Stock.

CHAPTER 18: Capital Structure.

CHAPTER 19: Management of Cash and Marketable Securities.

CHAPTER 20: Management of Receivables and Inventory.

CHAPTER 21: Management of Short-Term Financing.

CHAPTER 22: Financial Ratio Analysis.

CHAPTER 23: Earnings Analysis.

CHAPTER 24: Cash Flow Analysis.

CHAPTER 25: International Financial Management.

CHAPTER 26: Borrowing via Structured Finance Transactions.

CHAPTER 27: Equipment Leasing.

CHAPTER 28: Project Financing.

CHAPTER 29: Strategy and Financial Planning.

PART TWO: Solutions.

CHAPTER 1: Introduction to Financial Management and Analysis.

CHAPTER 2: Securities and Markets.

CHAPTER 3: Financial Institutions and the Cost of Money.

CHAPTER 4: Introduction to Derivatives.

CHAPTER 5: Taxation.

CHAPTER 6: Financial Statements.

CHAPTER 7: Mathematics of Finance.

CHAPTER 8: Principles of Asset Valuation and Investment Returns.

CHAPTER 9: Valuation of Securities and Options.

CHAPTER 10: Risk and Expected Return.

CHAPTER 11: The Cost of Capital.

CHAPTER 12: Capital Budgeting: Cash Flows.

CHAPTER 13: Capital Budgeting Techniques.

CHAPTER 14: Capital Budgeting and Risk.

CHAPTER 15: Intermediate and Long-Term Debt.

CHAPTER 16: Common Stock.

CHAPTER 17: Preferred Stock.

CHAPTER 18: Capital Structure.

CHAPTER 19: Management of Cash and Marketable Securities.

CHAPTER 20: Management of Receivables and Inventory.

CHAPTER 21: Management of Short-Term Financing.

CHAPTER 22: Financial Ratio Analysis.

CHAPTER 23: Earnings Analysis.

CHAPTER 24: Cash Flow Analysis.

CHAPTER 25: International Financial Management.

CHAPTER 26: Borrowing via Structured Finance Transactions.

CHAPTER 27: Equipment Leasing.

CHAPTER 28: Project Financing.

CHAPTER 29: Strategy and Financial Planning.

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FRANK J. FABOZZI, PhD, CFA, is Editor of the Journal of Portfolio Management, the Frederick Frank Adjunct Professor of Finance at Yale University’s School of Management, and a consultant in the fixed-income and derivatives area. Frank is a Chartered Financial Analyst and Certified Public Accountant who has edited and authored many acclaimed books in finance. He earned a doctorate in economics from the City University of New York in 1972. He is a Fellow of the International Center for Finance at Yale University.

PAMELA P. PETERSON, PhD, CFA, is a Professor of Finance at Florida State University, where she teaches undergraduate and doctoral courses in corporate finance. Professor Peterson has published numerous articles in academic and practitioner journals. She is coauthor with Don Chance of the AIMR monograph Real Options and Investment Valuation, and coauthor with David R. Peterson of the AIMR monograph Company Performance and Measures of Value Added. Professor Peterson is also coauthor with Frank J. Fabozzi of Analysis of Financial Statements and Capital Budgeting: Theory and Practice, both published by Wiley.

WENDY D. HABEGGER is currently a doctoral student in Finance at Florida State University.

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  • Walks you through the text, chapter by chapter
  • Tests your comprehension and calculation skills with multiple choice questions and problems that help you practice applying the principles in the book.
  • Covers everything from the foundations of financial management including the mathematics of finance, financial statements, and the fundamentals of valuation to capital budgeting, financing options, and international financial management.

 

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