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The text features interesting illustrations, topical examples, and real-life cases that help students engage with the material. In addition, it reflects the increasingly international nature of corporate finance by using examples and case studies with a global dimension and also acknowledges the social and ethical dimensions of the field.
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University of South Australia Library. Contact the seller – opens in a new window or tab and request post to your location. Featuring an exceptionally fluid and lively writing style, Corporate Finance for Business employs an “active learning” approach that incorporates case-study questions, reflective questions and activities, end-of-chapter practice questions, and suggestions for presentations and group work. Forex risks faced by firms 6.
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Corporate Finance for Business by John-Paul Marney
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