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Thomas E. Copeland,J. Fred Weston
Pearson; 4 edition (January 10, 2004)
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Copeland Financial Theory - Student Solutions Manual. Student solutions manual for financial theory and corporate police.

Copeland Financial Theory - Student Solutions Manual.

Fred Weston (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0201102918. Paperback: 848 pages.

Two chapters discuss futures markets and financial applications for the corporate financial officer.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). A recognized classic, Financial Theory and Corporate Policy provides a concise, unified treatment of finance, combining theory, empirical evidence, and applications. Major contributions in financial literature are discussed and summarized. Two chapters discuss futures markets and financial applications for the corporate financial officer.

Thomas E. Copeland, J. Fred Weston. This classic textbook in the field, now completely revised and updated, provides a bridge between theory and practice. Appropriate for the second course in Finance for MBA students and the first course in Finance for doctoral students, the text prepares students for the complex world of modern financial scholarship and practice. It presents a unified treatment of finance combining theory, empirical evidence and applications. Издание: 4th. Издательство: Pearson. ISBN 13: 9780321127211.

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The book provides MBA and doctoral students with an excellent bridge to prevailing scholarship in finance. is Professor Emeritus Recalled of Managerial Economics and Finance at the John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA. Samuel C. Weaver, P. is associate professor of finance at Lehigh University, where he formerly served as the Theodore A. Lauer Adjunct Professor of Finance. Published January 10th 2004 by Pearson (first published August 1979). Financial Theory and Corporate Policy.

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Authors: Copeland, Thomas . Weston, J. Fred, Shastri, Kuldeep. Financial Theory and Corporate Policy (Paperback). J. Fred Weston, Kuldeep Shastri, Thomas E. Copeland. Place of Publication.

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Financial Theory and Corporate Policy, the classic text in the field, is now available in this completely updated and revised fourth edition. Dedicated to preparing students for the complex world of modern financial scholarship and practice, the text responds to current trends with up-to-date research, literature, and reflection, while continuing to provide a solid foundation of established theory.
  • I will strongly recommend this book to anyone planning to study advanced corporate finance. This book is more advanced than the classic text on Principles of Corporate Finance by Brealey & Myers. If you are specializing in Finance and want to know more than what is discussed in the standard textbooks, or if you want to know the derivation of most of the results in Finance or if you want to do PhD in Finance and want a book that will lay a very strong foundation for you, then this is the book.

    This is a must-have book for all MBA (Finance)and PhD students and Finance professors.

  • I bought a original version, I thought that piracy was bad but this item that I got instead of an original version was really dissappointing that I'm not going to buy anything else from Amazon.

  • It took a while before this 4th edition came out. The 2nd and 3rd editions were pretty good, and the 4th ed still contains a lot of the old material. Clearly, this says something about finance theory - but it updates a lot of the empirical results and includes some new/relevant topics. I would have to agree that this book is probably a little shallow for the Ph.D. level, but most Ph.D. corporate finance courses probably would use papers rather than texts. Hence, that's where your actual derivations and the actual author's thought comes from. On the other hand, this book takes a very good approach and the authors are very respected in the field. In terms of a more advanced MBA text, I think that this is the best book available.

  • I had this book for a PhD class in finance and have very few good words to say. The derivations should have been omitted: rarely is anything followed from the beginning to the end; the excerpts that are provided do not give much additional insight. Abundant typos in the formulas. In addition, the context of the models is often poorly presented and I was often left wondering what the situation or some assumptions are. Overall, relatively poorly written.

    The book does give an overview of a lot of papers and as long as it is viewed as a starting point to read the papers it is acceptable. Still, the presentation is very fragmented and frustrating, creating a strong desire to read the original papers.

  • I purchased book for a PhD finance class and I was extremely disappointed. The presentation of concepts was fragmented and inconsistent. It seems like each paragraph was written on a different day with no regard for what was put in the previous paragraph. Most of the material is not presented in an intuitive manner. If you want a deep understanding of financial theory, skip this book. It would be a better idea to simply memorize the relevant formulas and use the money to buy another book. To make things worse, the book itself is cheaply made and falls apart after a few weeks

  • In the market you don't able to find a book with the fundamentals for corporate financials... it is a complete development of concepts for finances

  • The book suggests it serves as a first course in finance for PhD students, and a second course in finance for master students. But as I see it, it is too shallow for PhD level reading, as it never explain some complicated derivation clear enough. You don't know how some statements or conclusions come from. There is just not enough explanation. I mean, the author could have said that "after some derivations" or "it can be shown that...", but they just give some results without mentioning whether it can be derived with some convoluted math but because it is out of the depth of the book, only the result is given, or it just comes easily from the assumptions or conditons. I have to figure their logic since usually I just like to thought about how to derive a result as I am supposed to read it as a first book in finance for a PhD student. Many times I have to give up figuring, as the steps the authors take from the conditions to the results are usually too big to guess. So I ended up with treat this book as an ElEMENTARY level book, giving up any derivation and analyzing, just taking the results as granted.

    According to my roommate who is a master in finance student and who happened to look at my book for curiosity, this book looks too deep for a master level in some topics, e.g., real options. They try to talk about some complicated financial theories, not deep and clean enough for a PhD student and also not that intuitive to understand for a master student.

    In sum, I would say, don't waste money and time on this book. If you are a PhD student, read some books or papers treating certain topics with clear derivations and depth. If you are a master student, though my opinion is sort of partial, the book does not provide good intution for some advanced topics.

  • I bought this book as an update of the first edition I used in a major course in Financial Economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. The first edition was path breaking in presenting a very good overview of a vast, rapidly developing dicipline. The fourth edition is no longer path breaking and that's a little bit disappointing.