Excel Modeling in Corporate Finance
Автор(и) : Craig W. Holden
Издател : Pearson
Място на издаване : New Jersey, USA
Година на издаване : 2011
ISBN : 978-0-13-249784-8
Брой страници : 212
Език : английски
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An approach to building and estimating models through the use of Excel. Excel Modeling in Corporate Finance focuses on active learning by showing readers how to build and estimate financial models using Excel. This approach shows the steps involved in building models, rather than solely providing readers with completed spreadsheets. This edition contains updated information and data on the Excel model in Corporate Financial Planning, chapter on Estimating the Cost of Capital, and the Excel model used to estimate firm valuation.
This edition contains updated information and data on the Excel model in Corporate Financial Planning, chapter on Estimating the Cost of Capital, and the Excel model used to estimate firm valuation.
Craig W. Holden
Craig W. Holden is a Professor of Finance at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. His M.B.A. and Ph.D. are from the Anderson School at UCLA. He is the winner of multiple research awards (including a Fama/DFA Prize) and multiple teaching awards. His research on market microstructure has been published in leading academic journals. He has chaired 18 dissertations, been a member or chair of 51 dissertations, served on the program committee of the Western Finance Association for thirteen years, and served as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Financial Markets for fifteen years. He has written Excel Modeling in Investments and Excel Modeling in Corporate Finance. The Fourth Editions in English are published by Pearson / Prentice Hall and there are International, Chinese, and Italian editions. He is chair of the finance department undergraduate committee for the twelfth year. Previously, he chaired the finance department doctoral committee for four years and chaired three different schoolwide committees for a combination of six years. He has led several major curriculum innovations in the finance department.