Editor: Richard Wilson
March 2017 · 1 volume · 110 Entries
Free Online Access with Print Purchase
# of Pages: 300
# of Volumes: 1
Print List Price: $165
eBook Single User Price: $165
Principles of Business: Finance
Provides students and researchers with easy-to-understand entries on hundreds of important terms, principles and concepts allow readers to develop a deeper understanding of the field.
Finance is the first of a new six-volume series with the title Principles of Business. The second volume, Principles of Business: Management, will follow in April, and future volumes on marketing, entrepreneurship, accounting, and Economics will be published into 2018. This resource is intended to introduce students and researchers to the fundamentals of business topics using easy-to-understand language.We hope that these books will become a go-to resource for interested readers seeking understanding of these important and far-reaching business topics. Principles of Business: Finance provides students and researchers with a solid understanding of the most important aspects of management, from leadership and operations to project management and entrepreneurship. An understanding of the fundamentals of management will serve job-seekers in all industries, alongside those who want to start their own business.
The 100+ entries in this volume are arranged in an A to Z order, from “Cash Flow” to “Venture Capital,” making it easy to find the topic of interest. Each entry includes the following: an abstract giving a brief introduction to the topic; an overview that presents key terms and concepts; a clear, concise presentation of the topic, including a discussion of applications and issues; a helpful list of further reading. Entries include detailed coverage of:
• Business in Emerging Markets
• Cash Flow
• Debt Valuation
• Exchange Rate
• Financial Derivatives
• Issues in International Banking
• Principles of Risk Management
• Real Estate Bubble
• Stock Markets
• Global Financial Crisis of 2007-2010
• Urban Fiscal Policy
• Venture Capital and much more
This new resource is a helpful tool for students and researchers who are just beginning their study of finance and need a solid background of the key terms and elements in the field. A must for all high school and undergraduate science programs.