ActiveBook, Financial Management

ActiveBook, Financial Management

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780130663528
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Publication date: 01/30/2002
Pages: 453
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.62(d)

Table of Contents

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1. An Introduction to Financial Management.
2. Understanding Financial Statements, Taxes, and Cash Flows.
3. Evaluating a Firm's Financial Performance.
4. Financial Forecasting, Planning, and Budgeting.
5. The Time Value of Money.
6. Risk and Rates of Return.
7. Valuation and Characteristics of Bonds.
8. Stock Valuation.
9. Capital-Budgeting Decision Criteria.
10. Cash Flows and Other Topics in Capital Budgeting.
11. Capital Budgeting and Risk Analysis.
12. Cost of Capital.
13. Managing for Shareholder Value.
14. Raising Capital in the Financial Markets.
15. Analysis and Impact of Leverage.
16. Planning the Firm's Financing Mix.
17. Dividend Policy and Internal Financing.
18. Working-Capital Management and Short-Term Financing.
19. Cash and Marketable Securities Management.
20. Accounts Receivable and Inventory Management.
21. Risk Management.
22. International Business Finance.
23. Corporate Restructuring: Combinations and Diversities.*
24. Term Loans and Leases.*

Introduction

What Is an Activebook?

The activebook is a new kind of textbook that combines the best elements of print and electronic media. In addition to this print version, you'll have access to an online version of your book that is enhanced by a variety of multimedia elements. These include active exercises, interactive quizzes, and poll questions. These elements give you a chance to explore the text's issues in more depth.

How to Redeem Your Access Code

Redeeming your access code is fast and easy. Follow the new user fink to register and redeem your access code. Enter the access code bound inside your book, and complete the simple registration form. When you are done, click submit. It will take a few minutes to redeem your access code, and then you will be taken to your activebook homepage.

The Activebook Experience Homepage

In this section you'll become acquainted with the features of an activebook. Once you're familiar with the features and their functions, you'll be on your way to getting the most from your activebook.

Finding Your Professor

If your professor has posted course material, you can create a link to him or her on your activebook homepage. Once connected to your professor, you can access the syllabus, view messages from him or her, and e-mail him or her.

Viewing Your Professor's Syllabus

If your professor is using the syllabus feature, click the syllabus link to check assignments and course announcements.

Exploring Your Activebook

When you're ready to begin, select a chapter. You will find active elements throughout the chapter. They are the key components thatmake an activebook active. In every chapter you will find: the what's ahead section, objectives, active concept checks, key terms, and a chapter wrap-up. Each chapter may also include a gearing-up quiz; audio examples or exercises; active polls; and active figures, maps, and graphs.

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