Corporate Finance (4th Edition) (Pearson Series in Finance) - Standalone book - 4th Edition - by Jonathan Berk, Peter DeMarzo - ISBN 9780134083278
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4th Edition
Jonathan Berk, Peter DeMarzo
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780134083278

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Chapter 2.6 - Financial Statement AnalysisChapter 2.7 - Financial Reporting In PracticeChapter 3 - Financial Decision Making And The Law Of One PriceChapter 3.1 - Valuing DecisionsChapter 3.2 - Interest Rates And The Time Value Of MoneyChapter 3.3 - Present Value And The Npv Decision RuleChapter 3.4 - Arbitrage And The Law Of One PriceChapter 3.5 - No-Arbitrage And Security PricesChapter 3.A - The Price Of RiskChapter 3.A2 - Applying The Valuation PrincipleChapter 3.A3 - Comparing Costs At Different Points In TimeChapter 4 - The Time Value Of MoneyChapter 4.1 - The TimelineChapter 4.2 - The Three Rules Of Time TravelChapter 4.3 - Valuing A Stream Of Cash FlowsChapter 4.4 - Calculating The Net Present ValueChapter 4.5 - Perpetuities And AnnuitiesChapter 4.6 - Using An Annuity Spreadsheet Or CalculatorChapter 4.7 - Non-Annual Cash FlowsChapter 4.8 - Solving For The Cash PaymentsChapter 4.9 - The Internal Rate Of ReturnChapter 4.A - Solving For The Number Of PeriodsChapter 5 - Interest RatesChapter 5.1 - Interest Rate Quotes And AdjustmentsChapter 5.2 - Application: Discount Rates And LoansChapter 5.3 - The Determinants Of Interest RatesChapter 5.4 - Risk And TaxesChapter 5.5 - The Opportunity Cost Of CapitalChapter 6 - Valuing BondsChapter 6.1 - Bond Cash Flows, Prices, And YieldsChapter 6.2 - Dynamic Behavior Of Bond PricesChapter 6.3 - The Yield Curve And Bond ArbitrageChapter 6.4 - Corporate BondsChapter 6.5 - Sovereign BondsChapter 7 - Investment Decision RulesChapter 7.1 - Npv And Stand-Alone ProjectsChapter 7.2 - The Internal Rate Of Return RuleChapter 7.3 - The Payback RuleChapter 7.4 - Choosing Between ProjectsChapter 7.5 - Project Selection With Resource ConstraintsChapter 8 - Fundamentals Of Capital BudgetingChapter 8.1 - Forecasting EarningsChapter 8.2 - Determining Free Cash Flow And NpvChapter 8.3 - Choosing Among AlternativesChapter 8.4 - Further Adjustments To Free Cash FlowChapter 8.5 - Analyzing The ProjectChapter 9 - Valuing StocksChapter 9.1 - The Dividend-Discount ModelChapter 9.2 - Applying The Dividend-Discount ModelChapter 9.3 - Total Payout And Free Cash Flow ValuationChapter 9.4 - Valuation Based On Comparable FirmsChapter 9.5 - Information, Competition, And Stock PricesChapter 10 - Capital Markets And The Pricing Of RiskChapter 10.1 - Risk And Return: Insights From 89 Years Of Investor HistoryChapter 10.2 - Common Measures Of Risk And ReturnChapter 10.3 - Historical Returns Of Stocks And BondsChapter 10.4 - The Historical Trade-Off Between Risk And ReturnChapter 10.5 - Common Versus Independent RiskChapter 10.6 - Diversification In Stock PortfoliosChapter 10.7 - Measuring Systematic RiskChapter 10.8 - Beta And The Cost Of CapitalChapter 11 - Optimal Portfolio Choice And Capital Asset Pricing ModelChapter 11.1 - The Expected Return Of A PortfolioChapter 11.2 - The Volatility Of A Two Stock PortfolioChapter 11.3 - The Volatility Of A Large PortfolioChapter 11.4 - Risk Versus return: Choosing An Efficient PortfolioChapter 11.5 - Risk-free Saving And BorrowingChapter 11.6 - The Efficient Portfolio And Required ReturnsChapter 11.7 - The Capital Asset Pricing ModelChapter 11.8 - Determining The Risk PremiumChapter 12 - Estimating The Cost Of CapitalChapter 12.1 - The Equity Cost Of CapitalChapter 12.2 - The Market PortfolioChapter 12.3 - Beta EstimationChapter 12.4 - The Debt Cost Of CapitalChapter 12.5 - A project's Cost Of CapitalChapter 12.6 - Project Risk Characteristics And FinancingChapter 12.7 - Final Thoughts On Using The CapmChapter 13 - Investor Behavior And Capital Market EfficiencyChapter 13.1 - Competition And Capital MarketsChapter 13.2 - Information And Rational ExpectationsChapter 13.3 - The Behavior Of Individual InvestorsChapter 13.4 - Systematic Trading BiasesChapter 13.5 - The Efficiency Of The Market PortfolioChapter 13.6 - Style-based Techniques And Market Efficiency DebateChapter 13.7 - Multifactor Models Of RiskChapter 13.8 - Methods Used In PracticeChapter 14 - Capital Structure In A Perfect MarketChapter 14.1 - Equity Versus Debt FinancingChapter 14.2 - Modigliani-Miller: Leverage, Arbitrage, And Firm ValueChapter 14.3 - Modigliani-Miller: Leverage, Risk, And Cost Of CapitalChapter 14.4 - Capital Structure FallaciesChapter 14.5 - MM: Beyond The PropositionsChapter 15 - Debt And TaxesChapter 15.1 - The Interest Tax DeductionChapter 15.2 - Valuing The Interest Tax ShieldChapter 15.3 - Recapitalizing To Capture The Tax ShieldChapter 15.4 - Personal TaxesChapter 15.5 - Optimal Capital Structure With TaxesChapter 16 - Financial Distress, Managerial Incentives, And InformationChapter 16.1 - Default And Bankruptcy In A Perfect MarketChapter 16.2 - The Costs Of Bankruptcy And Financial DistressChapter 16.3 - Financial Distress Costs And Firm ValueChapter 16.4 - Optimal Capital Structure: The Trade-Off TheoryChapter 16.5 - Exploiting Debt Holders: The Agency Costs Of LeverageChapter 16.6 - Motivating Managers: The Agency Benefits Of LeverageChapter 16.7 - Agency Costs And The Trade-Off TheoryChapter 16.8 - Asymmetric Information And Capital StructureChapter 16.9 - Capital Structure: The Bottom LineChapter 17 - Payout PolicyChapter 17.1 - Distributions To ShareholdersChapter 17.2 - Comparison Of Dividends And Share RepurchasesChapter 17.3 - The Tax Disadvantage Of DividendsChapter 17.4 - Dividend Capture And Tax ClientelesChapter 17.5 - Payout Versus Retention Of CashChapter 17.6 - Signaling With Payout PolicyChapter 17.7 - Stock Dividends, Splits, And Spin-OffsChapter 18 - Capital Budgeting And Valuation With LeverageChapter 18.1 - Overview Of Key ConceptsChapter 18.2 - The Weighted Average Cost Of CapitalChapter 18.3 - The Adjusted Present Value MethodChapter 18.4 - The Flow-to-Equity MethodChapter 18.5 - Project-Based Costs Of CapitalChapter 18.6 - Apv With Other Leverage PoliciesChapter 18.7 - Other Effects Of FinancingChapter 18.8 - Advanced Topics In Capital BudgetingChapter 19 - Valuation And Financial modeling: A Case StudyChapter 19.1 - Valuation Using ComparablesChapter 19.2 - The Business PlanChapter 19.3 - Building The Financial ModelChapter 19.4 - Estimating The Cost Of CapitalChapter 19.5 - Valuing The InvestmentChapter 19.6 - Sensitivity AnalysisChapter 20 - Financial OptionsChapter 20.1 - Option BasicsChapter 20.2 - Option Payoffs At ExpirationChapter 20.3 - Put-Call ParityChapter 20.4 - Factors Affecting Option PricesChapter 20.5 - Exercising Options EarlyChapter 20.6 - Options And Corporate FinanceChapter 21 - Option ValuationChapter 21.1 - The Binomial Option Pricing ModelChapter 21.2 - The Black-Scholes Option Pricing ModelChapter 21.3 - Risk-Neutral ProbabilitiesChapter 21.4 - Risk And Return Of An OptionChapter 21.5 - Corporate Applications Of Option PricingChapter 22 - Real OptionsChapter 22.1 - Real Versus Financial OptionsChapter 22.2 - Decision Tree AnalysisChapter 22.3 - The Option To Delay: Investment As A Call OptionChapter 22.4 - Growth And Abandonment OptionsChapter 22.5 - Investments With Different LivesChapter 22.6 - Optimally Staging InvestmentsChapter 22.7 - Rules Of ThumbChapter 23 - Raising Equity CapitalChapter 23.1 - Equity Financing For Private CompaniesChapter 23.2 - The Initial Public OfferingChapter 23.3 - Ipo PuzzlesChapter 23.4 - The Seasoned Equity OfferingChapter 24 - Debt FinancingChapter 24.1 - Corporate DebtChapter 24.2 - Other Types Of DebtChapter 24.3 - Bond CovenantsChapter 24.4 - Repayment ProvisionsChapter 25 - LeasingChapter 25.1 - The Basics Of LeasingChapter 25.2 - Accounting, Tax, And Legal Consequences Of LeasingChapter 25.3 - The Leasing DecisionChapter 25.4 - Reasons For LeasingChapter 26 - Working Capital ManagementChapter 26.1 - Overview Of Working CapitalChapter 26.2 - Trade CreditChapter 26.3 - Receivables ManagementChapter 26.4 - Payables ManagementChapter 26.5 - Inventory ManagementChapter 26.6 - Cash ManagementChapter 27 - Short-Term Financial PlanningChapter 27.1 - Forecasting Short-Term Financing NeedsChapter 27.2 - The Matching PrincipleChapter 27.3 - Short-Term Financing With Bank LoansChapter 27.4 - Short-Term Financing With Commercial PaperChapter 27.5 - Short-Term Financing With Secured FinancingChapter 28 - Mergers And AcquisitionsChapter 28.1 - Background And Historical TrendsChapter 28.2 - Market Reaction To A TakeoverChapter 28.3 - Reasons To AcquireChapter 28.4 - Valuation And Takeover ProcessChapter 28.5 - Takeover DefensesChapter 28.6 - Who Gets The Value Added From A Takeover?Chapter 29 - Corporate GovernanceChapter 29.1 - Corporate Governance And Agency CostsChapter 29.2 - Monitoring By The Board Of Directors And OthersChapter 29.3 - Compensation PoliciesChapter 29.4 - Managing Agency ConflictChapter 29.5 - RegulationChapter 29.6 - Corporate Governance Around The WorldChapter 30 - Risk ManagementChapter 30.1 - InsuranceChapter 30.2 - Commodity Price RiskChapter 30.3 - Exchange Rate RiskChapter 30.4 - Interest Rate RiskChapter 31 - International Corporate FinanceChapter 31.1 - Internationally Integrated Capital MarketsChapter 31.2 - Valuation Of Foreign Currency Cash FlowsChapter 31.3 - Valuation And International TaxationChapter 31.4 - Internationally Segmented Capital MarketsChapter 31.5 - Capital Budgeting With Exchange Risk

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Corporate Finance: The Core (4th Edition) (Berk, DeMarzo & Harford, The Corporate Finance Series)
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