Wednesday, 8 November 2017

INVESTMENT VALUATION: SECOND EDITION

INVESTMENT VALUATION: SECOND EDITION
Aswath Damodaran  /2002/


CONTENS :
Chapter 1: Introduction to Valuation 3
Chapter 2: Approaches to Valuation 16
Chapter 3: Understanding Financial Statements 37
Chapter 4: The Basics of Risk 81
Chapter 5: Option Pricing Theory and Models 121
Chapter 6: Market Efficiency: Theory and Models 152
Chapter 7: Riskless Rates and Risk Premiums 211
Chapter 8: Estimating Risk Parameters and Costs of Financing 246
Chapter 9: Measuring Earnings 311
Chapter 10: From Earnings to Cash Flows 341
Chapter 11: Estimating Growth 373
Chapter 12: Closure in Valuation: Estimating Terminal Value 425
Chapter 13: Dividend Discount Models 450
Chapter 14: Free Cashflow to Equity Models 487
Chapter 15: Firm Valuation: Cost of Capital and APV Approaches 533
Chapter 16: Estimating Equity Value Per Share 593
Chapter 17: Fundamental Principles of Relative Valuation 637
Chapter 18: Earnings Multiples 659
Chapter 19: Book Value Multiples 718
Chapter 20: Revenue and Sector-Specific Multiples 760
Chapter 21: Valuing Financial Service Firms 802
Chapter 22: Valuing Firms with Negative Earnings 847
Chapter 23: Valuing Young and Start-up Firms 891
Chapter 24: Valuing Private Firms 928
Chapter 25: Acquisitions and Takeovers 969
Chapter 26: Valuing Real Estate 1028
Chapter 27: Valuing Other Assets 1067
Chapter 28: The Option to Delay and Valuation Implications 1090
Chapter 29: The Option to Expand and Abandon: Valuation Implications 1124
Chapter 30: Valuing Equity in Distressed Firms 1155
Chapter 31: Value Enhancement: A Discounted Cashflow Framework 1176
Chapter 32: Value Enhancement: EVA, CFROI and Other Tools 1221
Chapter 33: Valuing Bonds 1256
Chapter 34: Valuing Forward and Futures Contracts 1308
Chapter 35: Overview and Conclusions 1338
References 1359

DOWNLOAD 

Human Resource Development,Sixth Edition

Human Resource Development,Sixth Edition
By Jon M. Werner and Randy L. DeSimone
South-Western, Cengage Learning  @ 2012

ISBN-13: 978-0-538-48099-4
FILE : PDF
pAGE : 690
SIZE : 8 MB

BRIEF CONTENTS :
PART 1 Foundations of Human Resource Development Chapter 1 Introduction to Human Resource Development 2
Chapter 2 Influences on Employee Behavior 34
Chapter 3 Learning and HRD 65

PART 2 Framework for Human Resource
Development 105
Chapter 4 Assessing HRD Needs 106
Chapter 5 Designing Effective HRD Programs 139
Chapter 6 Implementing HRD Programs 166
Chapter 7 Evaluating HRD Programs 200


PART 3 Human Resource Development Applications 253
Chapter 8 Onboarding: Employee Socialization and Orientation 254
Chapter 9 Skills and Technical Training 287
Chapter 10 Coaching and Performance Management 321
Chapter 11 Employee Counseling and Wellness Services 355
Chapter 12 Career Management and Development 391
Chapter 13 Management Development 439
Chapter 14 Organization Development and Change 476
Chapter 15 HRD and Diversity: Diversity Training and Beyond 516

DOWNLOAD

GAAP Interpretation and Application of GENERALLY ACCEPTED ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES

GAAP Interpretation and Application of GENERALLY ACCEPTED ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES for Not-For-Profit Organizations
(GAAP 2017 : Not-for-Profit) 
© 2017  John Wiley and Sons Ltd
BY Richard F. Larkin and Marie DiTommaso

ISBN       : 978-1-119-38534-9
FILE : PDF
pAGE :559
SIZE : 39 MB

CONTENS :
Part 1 Overview of Not-for-Profi t Organizations 1
Chapter 1 Overview of Not-for-Profi t Organizations 3
Chapter 2 Cash versus Accrual-Basis Accounting 11

Part 2 Basic Financial Statements 21
Chapter 3 Statement of Financial Position 23
Chapter 4 Statement of Activities 31
Chapter 5 Statement of Cash Flows 41
Chapter 6 Other Financial Statement Issues 57


Part 3 Specifi c Not-for-Profi t Accounting Topics 75
Chapter 7 Fund Accounting 77
Chapter 8 Net Assets 89
Chapter 9 Contributions, Pledges, Noncash Contributions, and Exchange Transactions 99
Chapter 10 Investments 145
Chapter 11 Affi liated Organizations 165
Chapter 12 Split-Interest Agreements 187
Chapter 13 Fundraising and Joint Costs 197
Chapter 14 Functional Reporting 211
Chapter 15 Collections 217

Part 4 Other Accounting-Related Not-for-Profi t Topics 221
Chapter 16 Accounting for Specific Types of Not-for-Profi ts 223
Chapter 17 Importance of Budgets to a Not-for-Profi t 237
Chapter 18 Principal Federal and State Tax Reporting and Regulatory Requirements 255

Part 5 General Accounting Topics Applied to Not-for-Profi t Organizations 317
Chapter 19 Current Assets and Current Liabilities 319
Chapter 20 Inventory 327
Chapter 21 Long-Lived Assets, Depreciation, and Impairment 335
Chapter 22 Intangible Assets 347
Chapter 23 Contingencies 355
Chapter 24 Mergers and Acquisitions 371
Chapter 25 Accounting for Pensions and Postretirement Benefi ts 387
Chapter 26 Long-Term Liabilities 423
Chapter 27 Accounting Changes 441
Chapter 28 Accounting for Leases 447
Chapter 29 Financial Instruments 483
Chapter 30 Capitalization of Interest Costs 495
Appendix: Disclosure Checklist 501
Index 531

DOWNLOAD

Operations Management

Operations Management
S. Anil KUmar and N. Suresh
Copyright © 2009,
New Age International (P) Ltd., Publishers
ISBN (13) : 978-81-224-2883-4
FILE : PDF
PAGE : 290
SIZE : 4 MB

BRIEFS CONTENS :
1. OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS 1–26

2. OPERATIONS DECISION-MAKING 27–51

3. SYSTEMS DESIGN AND CAPACITY 53–60

4. FACILITY LOCATION AND LAYOUT 61–103
 
5. FORECASTING DEMAND 105–128
 
6. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN 129–160

7. MATERIALS MANAGEMENT 161–190

8. AGGREGATE PLANNING AND MASTER SCHEDULING 191–216
 
9. MATERIAL AND CAPACITY REQUIREMENTS PLANNING 217–235

10. SCHEDULING AND CONTROLLING PRODUCTION ACTIVITIES 237–257

DOWNLOAD 

Financial risk management: a practitioner’s guide to managing market

Financial Risk Management: a practitioner’s guide to managing market and credit risk — 2nd ed. / 
BY Steven Allen.
John Wiley and Sons Ltd   @ 2013
ISBN 978-1-118-26473-7 (ebk.)
FILE : PDF
PAGE : 609
SIZE : 17 MB

BRIEF CONTENS :
CHAPTER 1; Introduction 1

CHAPTER 2 ; Institutional Background 7

CHAPTER 3 ; Operational Risk 29

CHAPTER 4 ; Financial Disasters 49

CHAPTER 5 ; The Systemic Disaster of 2007–2008 83

CHAPTER 6 ; Managing Financial Risk 133

CHAPTER 7 ; VaR and Stress Testing 169

CHAPTER 8 ; Model Risk 209

CHAPTER 9 ; Managing Spot Risk 253

CHAPTER 10 ; Managing Forward Risk 263

CHAPTER 11 ; Managing Vanilla Options Risk 311

CHAPTER 12 ; Managing Exotic Options Risk 359

CHAPTER 13 ; Credit Risk 445

CHAPTER 14 ; Counterparty Credit Risk 505

References 533
About the Companion Website 547
Index 553

DOWNLOAD 

Saturday, 8 July 2017

Strategic Management and Competitive Advantage

Strategic Management and Competitive Advantage : Concepts and Cases Global Edition
BY Jay B. Barney, William S. Hesterly
© Pearson Education Limited 2015
FILE : PDF
PAGE : 594
SIZE : 13 MB
ISBN 13: 978-1-292-06008-8

Brief Contents :
Part 1: The Tools of Strat egic Analysis 
C h a p t e r 1 What Is Strategy and the Strategic Management Process? 24
C h a p t e r 2 Evaluating a Firm’s External   Environment 48
C h a p t e r 3 Evaluating a Firm’s InternalCapabilities

Part 2: Business-Level Strat egies C h a p t e r 4 Cost Leadership 122
C h a p t e r 5 Product Differentiation 150

Part 3: Corporat e Strat egies C h a p t e r 6 Vertical Integration 182
C h a p t e r 7 Corporate Diversification 208
C h a p t e r 8 Organizing to Implement Corporate Diversification 240
C h a p t e r 9 Strategic Alliances 268
C h a p t e r 1 0 Mergers and Acquisitions 296
C h a p t e r 1 1 International Strategies 328

Appendix: Analyzing Cases and Preparing for Class Discussions 365
Glossary 369
Company Index 377
Name Index 380
Subject Index 385

DOWNLOAD

Strategic Management: Theory, 11e

Strategic Management: Theory, 11e
by Charles W. L. Hill, Gareth R. Jones, Melissa A. Schilling
@ 2015 Cengage Learning
FILE : PDF
SIZE : 15 MB
PAGE : 530

ISBN-13: 978-1-285-18449-4

Brief Contents
PART ONE INTRODUCTION TO STRATE GIC MANAGEMENT
1 Strategic Leadership: Managing the Strategy-Making     Process for Competitive Advantage 1
2 External Analysis: The Identification of          Opportunities and Threats 43
PART TWO THE NAT URE OF COMPETITIVE ADVANTA GE
3 Internal Analysis: Distinctive Competencies,    Competitive Advantage, and Profitability 80
4 Building Competitive Advantage Through    Functional-Level Strategies 116
PART THREE STRATE GIES
5 Business-Level Strategy 153
6 Business-Level Strategy and the Industry Environment 178
7 Strategy and Technology 210
8 Strategy in the Global Environment 246
9 Corporate-Level Strategy: Horizontal Integration, Vertical Integration, and Strategic Outsourcing
10 Corporate-Level Strategy: Related and Unrelated Diversification 318
PART FOUR IMPLEMENTING STRATE GY
11 Corporate Performance, Governance, and Business Ethics 359
12 Implementing Strategy in Companies That Compete in a Single Industry 395
13 Implementing Strategy in Companies That Compete Across Industries and Countries 439
Glossary G-1
Index I-1

DOWNLOAD 

Thursday, 6 July 2017

Organizational behavior : a practical, problem-solving approach

Organizational behavior : a practical, problem-solving approach Second edition.
by Angelo Kinicki, Mel Fugate,
McGraw-Hill Education, [2018]
FILE    : PDF
PAGE  : 769
SIZE    : 53 MB
ISBN 9781259732645

contens:

PART ONE Individual Behavior 1
1 MAKING OB WORK FOR ME
2 VALUES AND ATTITUDES
3 INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND EMOTIONS
4 SOCIAL PERCEPTION AND MANAGING DIVERSITY
5 FOUNDATIONS OF EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION
6 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
7 POSITIVE ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

PART TWO Groups 293
8 GROUPS AND TEAMS
9 COMMUNICATION IN THE DIGITAL AGE
10 MANAGING CONFLICT AND NEGOTIATIONS
11 DECISION MAKING AND CREATIVITY
12 POWER, INFLUENCE, AND POLITICS
13 LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS

PART THREE Organizational Processes 543
14 ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE, SOCIALIZATION, AND MENTORING
15 ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN,EFFECTIVENESS, AND INNOVATION
16 MANAGING CHANGE AND STRESS

DOWNLOAD

Human Resource Management Fourth edition

Human Resource Management Fourth edition 
by Trevor Amos, Noel Pearse, Adrian Ristow, Liezel Ristow

© 2016 Juta and Company (Pty) Ltd
File   : Pdf
Page : 568
size   : 5 MB
ISBN 978-1-48511-783-4 (Web PDF)

Contens:
Chapter 1 Introduction to the management of people in sustainable organisations
Chapter 2 South African labour legislation
Chapter 3 The South African labour relations system
Chapter 4 Human resource planning
Chapter 5 Staffing an organisation
Chapter 6 Managing diverse and unique employees
Chapter 7 Motivating staff
Chapter 8 Leadership of people
Chapter 9 Managing relational capital
Chapter 10 Structural capital, culture and change
Chapter 11 Performance management
Chapter 12 Compensation and rewarding performance
Chapter 13 Training, development and learning
Chapter 14 Managing labour relations in the workplace
Chapter 15 Responsible strategic leadership and human resource management

DOWNLOAD

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Global Marketing:Contemporary Theory,Practice, and Cases

Global Marketing:Contemporary Theory,Practice, and Cases , Second Edition
by Ilan Alon, Eugene Jaffe, Christiane Prange,
and Donata Vianelli
published 2017 by Routledge
ISBN: 978-1-315-75089-7 (ebk)

contens :
PART I
Global Marketing Environments 1
1. Understanding Global Markets and Marketing 3
2. Assessing the Global Marketing Environment—the Global Economy and Technology 47
3. Evaluating Cultural and Social Environments 97
4 Analyzing Political and Legal Environments 138
5 Integrating Global, Regional, and National Markets 173
6 Conducting Global Marketing Research 205
7 Entering Global Markets 247
8 International Market Planning 305
9 Segmenting, Targeting, and Positioning for Global Markets 347
10 Developing Global Products and Brands 389
11 Setting Global Prices 439
12 Global Placement and Distribution Channels 473
13 Launching Global Communication and Advertising 512
14 Using Social Media for Global Marketing 579
15 Designing and Controlling Global Marketing Systems 604
16 Defining Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility in the International Marketplace 645

DOWNLOAD