Comprehensive Monograph of Corporate Finance


Dan Moraru
University of Economic Science, Bucharest, Romania

Mihai Nedelescu
Romanian-American University, Bucharest, Romania

Series: Financial Institutions and Services
BISAC: BUS039000

This publication attempts to provide a thorough analysis of the fundamental principles in the large, complex field of corporate finance, the results of the analysis being afterwards discussed using actual examples and case studies in practice. This book is comprised of four main parts and eight chapters, detailing every major aspect of this vast field and offering important information about every element and phenomenon relevant for a thorough understanding of the mechanics of today’s financial environment.

On the whole, this can be seen as a comprehensive study of most of the important aspects of modern economy and management, useful to both entrepreneurs and managers as well as for economists, analysts or students. Its approach is to use comprehensible language without sacrificing clarity from a professional viewpoint, so that it can be read and understood without a lot of economic training. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Part I. Financial Analysis and Planning

Chapter 1 – Financial Analysis: Concepts and Fundamentals (pp. 3-24)

Chapter 2 – Forecasting and Analysis (pp. 25-56)

Part II. Investment Analysis

Chapter 3 – Basic Rules in Investment Decisions (pp. 59-100)

Chapter 4 – The Cost of Capital (pp. 101-128)

Part III. Financial Policies

Chapter 5 – Corporate Financing and Valuation (pp. 131-144)

Chapter 6 – The Design of Capital Structure (pp. 145-154)

Chapter 7 – Equity Capital and Dividends (pp. 155-178)

Part IV. Financial Management

Chapter 8 – Corporate Governance and Financial Engineering (pp. 181-240)


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