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Principles of Finance with Excel is the first textbook that comprehensively integrates Excel into the teaching and practice of finance. This book provides exceptional resources to the instructor and student, combining classroom-tested pedagogy with the full potential of Excel's powerfulfunctions. In today's business world, computation is done almost wholly in Excel. Excel's ability to combine graphics with computation and perform complex sensitivity analysis with ease provides potent insights into financial problems. Despite this, most finance texts rely heavily on hand-held calculators andignore Excel. As a result, many students find that after they enter the professional environment, they have to relearn both finance and Excel. Principles of Finance with Excel is ideal for undergraduate courses in introductory finance or as a reference for finance professionals. A Free In-Text CD for students contains electronic versions of all spreadsheets in the book. A Companion Website -- http://www.oup.com/us/benninga -- containslecture notes, PowerPoint Slides, and a Test Bank for instructors.
Simon Benninga is professor of finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and at Tel Aviv University. He is the author of numerous academic articles and three previous books. His books on financial modeling and valuation are now standards in the field of finance and have been translated into Japanese, Chinese, Polish, and Italian.
Table of Contents
PART ONE INTRODUCTORY CHAPTERS
Introduction to Finance
Business Organization and Taxes
An Accounting Primer
Cash Management With Excel
PART TWO CAPITAL BUDGETING AND VALUATION
The Time Value of Money
What Does It Cost? Applications of the Time Value of Money
Introduction to Capital Budgeting
Issues in Capital Budgeting
Choosing a Discount Rate
Using Financial Planning Models for Valuation
PART THREE PORTFOLIO ANALYSIS AND THE CAPITAL ASSET PRICING MODEL
What Is Risk?
Statistics for Portfolios
Portfolio Returns and the Efficient Frontier
The Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) and the Security Market Line (SML)
Using the Security Market Line (SML) to Measure Investment Performance
The Security Market Line (SML) and the Cost of Capital
PART FOUR VALUING SECURITIES
Efficient Markets---Some General Principles of Security Valuation