Financial Appraisal of Investment Projects
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- Don Dayananda, Central Queensland University
- Richard Irons, Central Queensland University
- Steve Harrison, University of Queensland
- John Herbohn, University of Queensland
- Patrick Rowland, Curtin University of Technology, Perth
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This book for advanced students and professionals in management and finance explains the financial appraisal of capital budgeting projects. It develops basic concepts, principles and techniques and applies them to case studies in forestry, property and international investments. Resource constraints are introduced to the capital budgeting decisions with a variety of worked examples using linear programming techniques. All calculations are extensively supported by Excel workbooks on the Web, and end of chapter questions.Read more
- A truly user-friendly textbook, containing end-of-chapter exercises, which has been classroom tested as part of a successful lecture program
- Teaching package includes companion web site with Excel files
- Uses wide range of case studies, including forestry, property and international investment
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- Date Published: January 2005
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9780511030642
- contains: 85 tables
- availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
Table of Contents
1. Capital budgeting: an overview
2. Project cash flows
3. Forecasting cash flows: overview, quantitative techniques, approaches
4. Forecasting cash flows: qualitative methods
5. Essential Formulae in project appraisal
6. Project analysis under certainty
7. Project appraisal under risk
8. Sensitivity and break-even analysis
9. Simulation concepts and methods
10. Case study in financial modelling and simulation of a forestry investment
11. Resource constraints and linear programming
12. More advanced linear programming concepts and methods
13. Financial modelling case study in forestry project evaluation
14. Property investment analysis
15. Forecasting and analysing risks in property investments
16. Multinational corporations and International Project appraisal
Appendix A. Answers to review questions.
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