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Brealey, Principles of Corporate Finance, 13e, describes the theory and practice of corporate finance. We hardly need to explain why financial managers have to master the practical aspects of their job, but we should spell out why down-to-earth managers need to bother with theory. Throughout this book, we show how managers use financial theory to solve practical problems. Much of this book is concerned with understanding what financial managers do and why. But we also say what financial managers should do to increase company value. Some of the biggest changes in this edition were prompted by the tax changes enacted in the U.S. Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in December 2017. In the current edition, we have also continued to augment the international content as well as a number of chapters that have been thoroughly rewritten. For example, the material on agency issues in Chapter 12 has been substantially revised. Chapter 13 on market efficiency and behavioral finance is now fresher and more up to date. Chapter 23 on credit risk focuses more on the practical issues of forecasting default probabilities.
Part One: Value
Ch. 1 Introduction to Corporate Finance
Ch. 2 How to Calculate Present Values
Ch. 3 Valuing Bonds
Ch. 4 The Value of Common Stocks
Ch. 5 Net Present Value and Other Investment Criteria
Ch. 6 Making Investment Decisions with the Net Present Value Rule
Part Two: Risk
Ch. 7 Introduction to Risk and Return
Ch. 8 Portfolio Theory and the Capital Asset Pricing Model
Ch. 9 Risk and the Cost of Capital
Part Three: Best Practices in Capital Budgeting
Ch. 10 Project Analysis
Ch. 11 How to Ensure that Projects Truly Have Positive NPVs
Ch. 12 Agency Problems and Investment
Part Four: Financing Decisions and Market Efficiency
Ch. 13 Efficient Markets and Behavioral Finance
Ch. 14 An Overview of Corporate Financing
Ch. 15 How Corporations Issue Securities
Part Five: Payout Policy and Capital Structure
Ch. 16 Payout Policy
Ch. 17 Does Debt Policy Matter?
Ch. 18 How Much Should a Corporation Borrow
Ch. 19 Financing and Valuation
Part Six: Options
Ch. 20 Understanding Options
Ch. 21 Valuing Options
Ch. 22 Real Options
Part Seven: Debt Financing
Ch. 23 Credit Risk and the Value of Corporate Debt
Ch. 24 The Many Different Kinds of Debt
Ch. 25 Leasing
Part Eight: Risk Management
Ch. 26 Managing Risk
Ch. 27 Managing International Risks
Part Nine: Financial Planning and Working Capital Management
Ch. 28 Financial Analysis
Ch. 29 Financial Planning
Ch. 30 Working Capital Management
Part Ten: Mergers, Corporate Control, and Governance
Ch. 31 Mergers
Ch. 32 Corporate Restructuring
Ch. 33 Governance and Corporate Control around the World
Part Eleven: Conclusion
Ch. 34 Conclusion: What We Do and Do Not Know about Finance
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