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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

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

Pamela P. Peterson, Frank J. Fabozzi, Wendy D. Habegger

ISBN: 978-0-471-65511-4

Feb 2004

384 pages

$39.99

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Description

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.

 
  • 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.