Fundamentals of Corporate Finance - 11th Edition - by Stephen A. Ross Franco Modigliani Professor of Financial Economics  Professor, Randolph W Westerfield Robert R. Dockson Deans Chair in Bus. Admin., Bradford D Jordan Professor - ISBN 9780077861704
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Fundamentals of Corporate Finance
11th Edition
Stephen A. Ross Franco Modigliani Professor of Financial Economics Professor, Randolph W Westerfield Robert R. Dockson Deans Chair in Bus. Admin., Bradford D Jordan Professor
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780077861704

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Chapter 2.4 - Cash FlowChapter 3 - Working With Financial StatementsChapter 3.1 - Cash Flow And Financial Statements: A Closer LookChapter 3.2 - Standardized Financial StatementsChapter 3.3 - Ratio AnalysisChapter 3.4 - The Du Pont IdentityChapter 3.5 - Using Financial Statement InformationChapter 4 - Long-term Financial Planning And GrowthChapter 4.1 - What Is Financial Planning?Chapter 4.2 - Financial Planning Models: A First LookChapter 4.3 - The Percentage Of Sales ApproachChapter 4.4 - External Financing And GrowthChapter 4.5 - Some Caveats Regarding Financial Planning ModelsChapter 5 - Introduction To Valuation: The Time Value Of MoneyChapter 5.1 - Future Value And CompoundingChapter 5.2 - Present Value And DiscountingChapter 5.3 - More About Present And Future ValuesChapter 6 - Discounted Cash Flow ValuationChapter 6.1 - Future And Present Values Of Multiple Cash FlowsChapter 6.2 - Valuing Level Cash Flows: Annuities And PerpetuitiesChapter 6.3 - Comparing Rates: The Effect Of CompoundingChapter 6.4 - Loan Types And Loan AmortizationChapter 7 - Interest Rates And Bond ValuationChapter 7.1 - Bonds And Bond ValuationChapter 7.2 - More About Bond FeaturesChapter 7.3 - Bond RatingsChapter 7.4 - Some Different Types Of BondsChapter 7.5 - Bond MarketsChapter 7.6 - Inflation And Interest RatesChapter 7.7 - Determinants Of Bond YieldsChapter 8 - Stock ValuationChapter 8.1 - Common Stock ValuationChapter 8.2 - Some Features Of Common And Preferred StocksChapter 8.3 - The Stock MarketsChapter 9 - Net Present Value And Other Investment CriteriaChapter 9.1 - Net Present ValueChapter 9.2 - The Payback RuleChapter 9.3 - The Discounted PaybackChapter 9.4 - The Average Accounting ReturnChapter 9.5 - The Internal Rate Of ReturnChapter 9.6 - The Profitability IndexChapter 9.7 - The Practice Of Capital BudgetingChapter 10 - Making Capital Investment DecisionsChapter 10.1 - Project Cash Flows: A First LookChapter 10.2 - Incremental Cash FlowsChapter 10.3 - Pro Forma Financial Statements And Project Cash FlowsChapter 10.4 - More About Project Cash FlowChapter 10.5 - Alternative Definitions Of Operating Cash FlowChapter 10.6 - Some Special Cases Of Discounted Cash Flow AnalysisChapter 11 - Project Analysis And EvaluationChapter 11.1 - Evaluating Npv EstimatesChapter 11.2 - Scenario And Other What-If AnalysesChapter 11.3 - Break-Even AnalysisChapter 11.4 - Operating Cash Flow, Sales Volume, And Break-EvenChapter 11.5 - Operating LeverageChapter 11.6 - Capital RationingChapter 12 - Some Lessons From Capital Market HistoryChapter 12.1 - ReturnsChapter 12.2 - The Historical RecordChapter 12.3 - Average Returns: The First LessonChapter 12.4 - The Variability Of Returns: The Second LessonChapter 12.5 - More About Average ReturnsChapter 12.6 - Capital Market EfficiencyChapter 13 - Return, Risk, And The Security Market LineChapter 13.1 - Expected Returns And VariancesChapter 13.2 - PortfoliosChapter 13.3 - Announcements, Surprises, And Expected ReturnsChapter 13.4 - Risk: Systematic And UnsystematicChapter 13.5 - Diversification And Portfolio RiskChapter 13.6 - Systematic Risk And BetaChapter 13.7 - The Security Market LineChapter 13.8 - The Sml And The Cost Of Capital: A PreviewChapter 14 - Cost Of CapitalChapter 14.1 - The Cost Of Capital: Some PreliminariesChapter 14.2 - The Cost Of EquityChapter 14.3 - The Costs Of Debt And Preferred StockChapter 14.4 - The Weighted Average Cost Of CapitalChapter 14.5 - Dlvlslonal And Project Costs Of CapitalChapter 14.6 - Company Valuation With The WaccChapter 14.7 - Flotation Costs And The Average Cost Of CapitalChapter 15 - Raising CapitalChapter 15.1 - The Financing Life Cycle Of A Firm: Early-Stage Financing And Venture CapitalChapter 15.2 - Selling Securities To The Public: The Basic ProcedureChapter 15.3 - Alternative Issue MethodsChapter 15.4 - UnderwritersChapter 15.5 - Ipos And UnderpricingChapter 15.6 - New Equity Sales And The Value Of The FirmChapter 15.7 - The Costs Of Issuing SecuritiesChapter 15.8 - RightsChapter 15.9 - DilutionChapter 15.10 - Issuing Long-Term DebtChapter 15.11 - Shelf RegistrationChapter 16 - Financial Leverage And Capital Structure PolicyChapter 16.1 - The Capital Structure QuestionChapter 16.2 - The Effect Of Financial LeverageChapter 16.3 - Capital Structure And The Cost Of Equity CapitalChapter 16.4 - M & M Propositions I And Ii With Corporate TaxesChapter 16.5 - Bankruptcy CostsChapter 16.6 - Optimal Capital StructureChapter 16.7 - The Pie AgainChapter 16.8 - The Pecking-Order TheoryChapter 16.9 - Observed Capital StructuresChapter 16.10 - A Quick Look At The Bankruptcy ProcessChapter 17 - Dividends And Payout PolicyChapter 17.1 - Cash Dividends And Dividend PaymentChapter 17.2 - Does Dividend Policy Matter?Chapter 17.3 - Real-World Factors Favoring A Low Dividend PayoutChapter 17.4 - Real-World Factors Favoring A High Dividend PayoutChapter 17.5 - A Resolution Of Real-World Factors?Chapter 17.6 - Stock Repurchases: An Alternative To Cash DividendsChapter 17.8 - Stock Dividends And Stock SplitsChapter 18 - Short-Term Finance And PlanningChapter 18.1 - Tracing Cash And Net Working CapitalChapter 18.2 - The Operating Cycle And The Cash CycleChapter 18.3 - Some Aspects Of Short-Term Financial PolicyChapter 18.4 - The Cash BudgetChapter 18.5 - Short-Term BorrowingChapter 18.6 - A Short-Term Financial PlanChapter 19 - Cash And Liquidity ManagementChapter 19.1 - Reasons For Holding CashChapter 19.2 - Understanding FloatChapter 19.3 - Cash Collection And ConcentrationChapter 19.4 - Managing Cash DisbursementsChapter 19.5 - Investing Idle CashChapter 19.A - Determining The Target Cash BalanceChapter 20 - Credit And Inventory ManagementChapter 20.1 - Credit And ReceivablesChapter 20.2 - Terms Of The SaleChapter 20.3 - Analyzing Credit PolicyChapter 20.4 - Optimal Credit PolicyChapter 20.5 - Credit AnalysisChapter 20.6 - Collection PolicyChapter 20.7 - Inventory ManagementChapter 20.8 - Inventory Management TechniquesChapter 20.A - More About Credit Policy AnalysisChapter 21 - International Corporate FinanceChapter 21.1 - TerminologyChapter 21.2 - Foreign Exchange Markets And Exchange RatesChapter 21.3 - Purchasing Power ParityChapter 21.4 - Interest Rate Parity, Unbiased Forward Rates, And The International Fisher EffectChapter 21.5 - International Capital BudgetingChapter 21.6 - Exchange Rate RiskChapter 21.7 - Political RiskChapter 22 - Behavioral Finance: Implications For Financial ManagementChapter 22.2 - BiasesChapter 22.3 - Framing EffectsChapter 22.4 - HeuristicsChapter 22.5 - Behavioral Finance And Market EfficiencyChapter 22.6 - Market Efficiency And The Performance Of Professional Money ManagersChapter 23 - Enterprise Risk ManagementChapter 23.1 - Enterprise Risk ManagementChapter 23.2 - Managing Financial RiskChapter 23.3 - Hedging With Forward ContractsChapter 23.4 - Hedging With Futures ContractsChapter 23.5 - Hedging With Swap ContractsChapter 23.6 - Hedging With Option ContractsChapter 24 - Options And Corporate FinanceChapter 24.1 - Options: The BasicsChapter 24.2 - Fundamentals Of Option ValuationChapter 24.3 - Valuing A Call OptionChapter 24.4 - Employee Stock OptionsChapter 24.5 - Equity As A Call Option On The Firm's AssetsChapter 24.6 - Options And Capital BudgetingChapter 24.7 - Options And Corporate SecuritiesChapter 25 - Option ValuationChapter 25.1 - Put-Call ParityChapter 25.2 - The Black-Scholes Option Pricing ModelChapter 25.3 - More About Black-ScholesChapter 25.4 - Valuation Of Equity And Debt In A Leveraged FirmChapter 25.5 - Options And Corporate Decisions: Some ApplicationsChapter 26 - Mergers And AcquisitionsChapter 26.1 - The Legal Forms Of AcquisitionsChapter 26.2 - Taxes And AcquisitionsChapter 26.3 - Accounting For AcquisitionsChapter 26.4 - Gains From AcquisitionsChapter 26.5 - Some Financial Side Effects Of AcquisitionsChapter 26.6 - The Cost Of An AcquisitionChapter 26.7 - Defensive TacticsChapter 26.8 - Some Evidence On Acquisitions: Does M & A Pay?Chapter 26.9 - Divestitures And RestructuringsChapter 27 - LeasingChapter 27.1 - Leases And Lease TypesChapter 27.2 - Accounting And LeasingChapter 27.3 - Taxes, The IRS, And LeasesChapter 27.4 - The Cash Flows From LeasingChapter 27.5 - Lease Or Buy?Chapter 27.6 - A Leasing ParadoxChapter 27.7 - Reasons For Leasing

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2) A unified valuation approach—net present value (NPV) is treated as the basic concept underlying corporate finance.
3) A managerial focus—the authors emphasize the role of the financial manager as decision maker, and they stress the need for managerial input and judgment.

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