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Financial Economics 1/e


ISBN13: 9780470596203 |652pages|Hardcover|©2012|NT$1500

James M. Reeve - University of Tennessee
Carl S. Warren - University of Georgia
Jonathan Duchac - University of Wake Forest 

Financial Economics has quickly established itself as a strong and growing market. Introduction to Financial Economics by Frank Fabozzi, Ted Neave, and Gaofu Zhou presents an introduction to basic financial ideas through a strong grounding in microeconomic theory. This calculus based text explores the theoretical framework for analyzing the decisions by individuals and managers of firms, and area which is common to both the financial economics and microeconomics. It also explores the interplay of these decisions on the prices of financial assets.

Table of Contents
Ch 1 Introduction
Part I: Finance In A Certainty World With A Perfect Capital Market
Ch 2 Consumer Financial Decisions
Ch 3 Creating Wealth by Investing in Productive Opportunities
Ch 4 How Investors Value Firms
Ch 5 Firm Financing Decisions in a Perfect Capital Market
Ch 6 Firm Investment Decisions
PART II: Financial System
Ch 7 Financial Systems, Governance, and Organization
Ch 8 Market, Intermediary, and Internal Governance
Part III: Tools For Coping With Risk
Ch 9 The Microeconomic Foundations of Financial Economics
Ch 10 Contingent Claims and Contingency Strategies
Ch 11 Risk and Risk Management
Ch 12 On Choosing Risk Measures
Part IV: Selection And Pricing Of Risky Assets
Ch 13 Mean-Variance Portfolio Choice
Ch 14 Capital Asset Pricing Model
Ch 15 The APTand Factor Models
Ch 16 General Principles of Asset Pricing
Ch 17 Pricing Corporate Securities
Part V: Derivative Instruments
Ch 18 Pricing Derivatives by Arbitrage: Linear Payoff Derivatives
Ch 19 Pricing Derivatives by Arbitrage: Nonlinear Payoff Derivatives
Part VI: Capital Market Imperfections And The Limits To Arbitrage
Ch 20 Capital Market Imperfections and Financial Decision Criteria
Ch 21 Impediments to Arbitrage
Part VII: Capital Structure Decisions In Imperfect Capital Markets
Ch 22 When Capital Structure Decisions Matter
Ch 23 Financing Decisions in Practice
Ch 24 Financial Contracting and Deal Terms
Ch 25 Capital Expenditure Plans in a Risky World
Ch 26 Evaluating Project Risk in Capital Budgeting