Roland Fox joins Brigham and Ehrhardt in the new edition of Financial Management Theory and Practice, written for students in Europe, the Middle East and Africa This text combines Brigham and Ehrhardt s balance of solid financial theory and practical applications with Fox s expert knowledge of international financial management Maintaining all the content that makes this textbook so valuable to students from fundamental through to intermediate level and beyond, this new edition also adds in material relevant to European, Middle Eastern and African students, such as a chapter on Islamic Finance Financial Management Theory and Practice is a must for any student who wants to understand financial management concepts and their real world application....
|Title||:||Financial Management: Theory and Practice|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning EMEA Auflage UK ed 22 April 2016|
|Number of Pages||:||169 Pages|
|File Size||:||695 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Financial Management: Theory and Practice Reviews
Don't confuse the TOPIC, which is very difficult for people who are unfamiliar, with the AUTHORS or STYLE.The material can be confusing, but the authors do well with what they have. This book is far more readable than its competitors. Examples are adequate. Exercises cover all of the important issues. The study guide, a separate book, is useful if the material is still confusing.For a technical textbook attempting to reach all audiences from the novice to the Finance professional, this book is one of the best. It does not focus so heavily on the theory and mathematical derivation as others, and yet explains the necessary background so that the student does not find Finance just a "black box." It does, however, attempt to be all things to all people. I would like to see a "concise" edition which focuses exclusively on about the first 15 or 20 chapters, but that is a problem constant with all.
This is one of the worst textbooks that I have ever encountered. No doubt, the authors are very skilled in Financial Management, however they had very little skill in communicating these concepts to the uninitiated.I used this book for a Finance class in my M.B.A. program. I routinely found myself reading and re-reading sections of this book and still not understanding basic concepts. I would then give up and reference a different text and understand the concept in short-order. My classmates had similar problems with this book.
I bought this book a couple of months ago and I like to work with it. Everything is explained in an easy way and a lot of examples help you to understand the topic. I wish we had a comparable book in Germany.
The only good thing about this textbook is, it is such a heavy tome you can use it as a bookend or door stop. Otherwise it is a waste of time. Why create something so confusing ? Maybe the idea behind this book was centered around impressing potential textbook purchasing deans and not the students - impress and don't worry about teaching. Skip this and be wary of the authors in anything else.
I want to say the book really looked like a new one, was in a very good shape. The packing was also good. The only questionable thing was the the access card was already in use, and I couldn't use it properly.
can i know that i didn't see it yet