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Corporate Finance for Business John-Paul Marney and Heather Tarbert Written especially for business and management students, thereby catering to their needs with accessible coverage of both conceptual and technical material, and frequent considerations of practical management implications of the material presented. Extensively illustrated with interesting and topical real-life cases and examples that help the student engage with the material, better understand concepts, and appreciate the relevance of theoretical and technical material. A very fluid and lively writing style helps the student to understand new and unfamiliar concepts and technical material. Each chapter begins with a carefully developed, integrated running case study, which follows a fictional company from start-up to takeover, helping the student to begin their learning with an appreciation of the context within which the academic theory applies. Reflects the increasingly international nature of corporate finance, by using examples and case studies with a global dimension, ensuring students gain an appreciation of the real world context of corporate financial management.

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Corporate Finance for Business John-Paul Marney and Heather Tarbert Written especially for business and management students, thereby catering to their needs with accessible coverage of both conceptual and technical material, and frequent considerations of practical management implications of the material presented.

Extensively illustrated with interesting and topical real-life cases and examples that help the student engage with the material, better understand concepts, and appreciate the relevance of theoretical and technical material. A very fluid and lively writing style helps the student to understand new and unfamiliar concepts and technical material. Each chapter begins with a carefully developed, integrated running case study, which follows a fictional company from start-up to takeover, helping the student to begin their learning with an appreciation of the context within which the academic theory applies.

Reflects the increasingly international nature of corporate finance, by using examples and case studies with a global dimension, ensuring students gain an appreciation of the real world context of corporate financial management. Implicitly and explicitly acknowledges the social and ethical dimensions of corporate finance throughout, helping students to understand the wider implications of theoretical and technical material.

Accompanied by an extensive suite of interactive online resources for students, and supporting resources for lecturers, including answers to all questions in the book. Corporate Finance for Business John-Paul Marney and Heather Tarbert Description This pedagogically innovative and interactive corporate finance textbook not only introduces and develops core corporate finance material, but does so in a way that will capture the imagination of UK and international business and management students at undergraduate, postgraduate and professional level.

As well as offering an in-depth examination of the key areas of the corporate finance syllabus, this text incorporates interesting and topical examples, cases and illustrations, bringing real life to bear on the concepts presented, and creating a lively, engaging learning tool.

An activity-based approach and a unique, approachable writing style make this textbook the perfect companion for students on introductory corporate finance modules. Online Resource Centre Key learning points for each chapter Additional case studies Self test multiple choice questions and feedback Audio summaries of chapters Web links to relevant articles for each chapter, with commentary from the authors Audio interviews with finance specialists For lecturers.

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Corporate Finance for Business

Author note Dr John-Paul Marney is a Teaching Fellow at Herriot-Watt University, Edinburgh Professor Heather Tarbert is Professor of Finance and Head of the Dundee Business School, University of Abertay Dundee Description This pedagogically innovative and interactive corporate finance textbook not only introduces and develops core corporate finance material, but does so in a way that will capture the imagination of UK and international business and management students at undergraduate, postgraduate and professional level. As well as offering an in-depth examination of the key areas of the corporate finance syllabus, this text incorporates interesting and topical examples, cases and illustrations, bringing real life to bear on the concepts presented, and creating a lively, engaging learning tool. An activity-based approach and a unique, approachable writing style make this textbook the perfect companion for students on introductory corporate finance modules. Online Resource Centre Key learning points for each chapter Additional case studies Self test multiple choice questions and feedback Audio summaries of chapters Web links to relevant articles for each chapter, with commentary from the authors Audio interviews with finance specialists For lecturers.

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Corporate Finance for Business

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Additional Resources Description This is a pedagogically innovative and interactive corporate finance textbook which, as well as offering an in-depth examination of the key areas of the corporate finance syllabus, incorporates interesting, topical examples and cases, bringing real life to bear on the concepts presented, and creating a lively, engaging learning tool. Written especially for business and management students, thereby catering to their needs with accessible coverage of both conceptual and technical material, and frequent considerations of practical management implications of the material presented. Extensively illustrated with interesting and topical real-life cases and examples that help the student engage with the material, better understand concepts, and appreciate the relevance of theoretical and technical material. A very fluid and lively writing style helps the student to understand new and unfamiliar concepts and technical material. Each chapter begins with a carefully developed, integrated running case study, which follows a fictional company from start-up to takeover, helping the student to begin their learning with an appreciation of the context within which the academic theory applies.

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