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A short course of lectures
«Corporate Finance»





Measuring market riskPortfolio varianceDividend policyCapital assets pricing model (CAPM)The pecking order theory of capital structureDividend payments in practiceSemi-strong formFuture valueOptionsDebt policyDebt policy in a perfect capital marketThe net present value investment ruleClassical stock market anomalies Stock repurchases in practiceMarket efficiencyThe Trade-off theory of capital structurePractical problems in valuing real optionsPortfolio theoryNet present valuePortfolio risk and returnWeak formValuing bonds using present value formulasBehavioural financeWhy dividend policy may decrease firm valueAlternative methods to adjust for riskCalculating free cash flowsAlternative asset pricing modelsRisk and risk premiaTests of the efficient market hypothesisThe effect of diversification on riskDoes the firm's dividend policy affect firm value?Capital structure theory when markets are imperfectRisk, return and opportunity cost of capitalExpansion optionPortfolio's market riskCapital budgetingBlack-Scholes Model of option pricingWhat determines option value?Flexible production optionWhy dividend policy may increase firm valueValuing businessesOption valueDebt characteristicsHow companies decide on the dividend policyA final word on Weighted Average Cost of CapitalReal optionsEquity characteristicsStrong formBinominal method of option pricingHow capital structure affects company cost of capitalTiming optionCapital budgeting in practiceIntroducing corporate taxes and cost of financial distressHow capital structure affects the beta measure of riskNominal and real rates of interestAbandonment optionPrinciple of value additivityArbitrage pricing theoryConsumption betaCost of capital for new projectsPerpetuities and annuitiesCost of capital with preferred stocksWhy projects have positive NPVDoes the firm's debt policy affect firm value?Corporate financing and valuationThree-Factor ModelOption pricingPresent valueWhat to discount?Valuing stocks using present value formulas
 
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