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A short course of lectures
«Corporate Finance»





Net present valueCorporate financing and valuationCalculating free cash flowsFlexible production optionHow capital structure affects company cost of capitalBinominal method of option pricingArbitrage pricing theoryRisk, return and opportunity cost of capitalValuing businessesOptionsPresent valueCost of capital for new projectsValuing stocks using present value formulasAlternative methods to adjust for riskStrong formThe pecking order theory of capital structureThe effect of diversification on riskWhy dividend policy may decrease firm valueWeak formDebt characteristicsHow companies decide on the dividend policyPortfolio theoryMeasuring market riskCapital structure theory when markets are imperfectPortfolio's market riskConsumption betaHow capital structure affects the beta measure of riskOption valueWhy projects have positive NPVDebt policy in a perfect capital marketSemi-strong formThe net present value investment ruleOption pricingStock repurchases in practiceEquity characteristicsNominal and real rates of interestWhat determines option value?Timing optionDividend payments in practiceRisk and risk premiaCost of capital with preferred stocksClassical stock market anomalies Does the firm's debt policy affect firm value?Portfolio varianceCapital budgetingCapital budgeting in practiceWhat to discount?Perpetuities and annuitiesMarket efficiencyIntroducing corporate taxes and cost of financial distressA final word on Weighted Average Cost of CapitalPortfolio risk and returnAbandonment optionDebt policyPrinciple of value additivityThe Trade-off theory of capital structureWhy dividend policy may increase firm valueAlternative asset pricing modelsReal optionsBlack-Scholes Model of option pricingDividend policyPractical problems in valuing real optionsBehavioural financeTests of the efficient market hypothesisFuture valueDoes the firm's dividend policy affect firm value?Expansion optionValuing bonds using present value formulasCapital assets pricing model (CAPM)Three-Factor Model
 
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