The basics of financial management exercises / Druk 4

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ISBN: 9789001738358
Uitgever: Noordhoff
Verschijningsvorm: Paperback
Auteur: M.P. Brouwers W. Koetzier O.A. Leppink
Druk: 4
Pagina's: 224
Taal: Engels
Verschijningsjaar: 2021
Vervanger van: 9789001889234
NUR: Bedrijfseconomie

- Workbook accompanying the textbook The Basics of Financial Management;

- well suited for self-study due to the structural framework of the book and the additional online study materials;

- written from an international perspective.

For over 25 years now, The Basics of Financial Management has been an authoritative book on the fundamentals of financial management. With the first few chapters form an introduction to the key economic concepts. The remaining chapters delve deeper into the fields of financing, management accounting and financial accounting.

The subject matter is placed in an international perspective. Together with the additional workbook and answer book The Basics of Financial Management constitutes a comprehensive method. Students can work with the books independently.

In this renewed fifth edition of The Basics of Financial Management each chapters begins with an overview of the required foreknowledge. The paragraph structure of the book has also been improved so each paragraph now targets one specific topic, which then resurfaces in the assignments. The theory, the assignments from the workbook and the additional online study materials are now fully integrated, which enables students to work even more independently than before.

The Basics of Financial Management has been the authoritative book on business economics for undergraduates. It is a comprehensive and successful elementary text book, which is also suitable for students without any prior knowledge of business economics.

The Basics of Financial Management books are used in many different programs within higher education, like Finance & Control, Commercial Economics, Business Administration, Business Studies, Accountancy and Facility Management.