A clearly written introduction to financial management which adopts a distinctive open-learning approach to the explanation and illustration of the basic concepts, and their practical application to financing and investment decisions. The text includes a variety of teaching, learning and assessment features to encourage interaction, and to facilitate flexible study and self-assessment.
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Financial Management for Non-specialists
, Third edition
This text adopts an open-learning approach to introduce the main principles of financial management in an accessible, non-technical way. It presents a comprehensive range of topics, but avoids too much detail and unnecessary mathematical analysis, focusing more on the practical application of financial management and its role in decision-making. This, coupled with the excellent pedagogical features, with clear worked examples and activities integrated throughout, makes it the ideal introductory text for non-specialist students taking a first course in financial management.
In response to reviewer feedback, new features of the third edition include:
· New, lively and up-to-date examples and exhibits, providing greater international coverage and insights into small businesses
· Even more real-company data to support the examples
· New Companion Website with lecturer support, powerpoints and assessment questions, plus further links, questions and longer cases for students
· New chapter on Measuring and Managing Shareholder value
· Thorough revision of chapters on investment appraisal, forecast financial statements and financing a business.
Financial Management for Non-specialists is aimed both at undergraduates from a non-finance/accounting discipline, taking an introductory module in financial management and postgraduate/experienced students on courses such as the ACCA Diploma in Financial Management, Diploma in Management and MBA programmes. The text is also ideal for finance and accounting students as a foundation for further study.
Peter Atrill is Head of Department of Accounting and Law at the University of Plymouth Business School.
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