Economic Value: The Theory of Business Valuation is a brief electronic book (around 80 pages) that develops the theory of business valuation. It starts with a clear view of value - the total amount today that is equivalent to the financial benefit the business is expected to generate for its owner(s). It then applies modern economic and financial theory to develop a consistent methodology for calculating this value. Economic Value is not a computational tool - the e-dec Business Valuation programs do the calculations. Rather, Economic Value lays the foundations - how to calculate business value correctly and how to interpret this value. Economic Value also discusses the relationship of business value to accounting measures of value and investigates the sources and creation of value. Economic Value concludes by developing the theory of business purchase and sale and developing practical strategies for pricing, bidding, negotiation and settlement.
Economic Value: The Theory of Business Valuation proceeds through these chapters:
Economic Value: The Theory of Business Valuation is one file, called Economic Value, in Microsoft(R) Word.
You can purchase Economic Value: The Theory of Business Valuation at this site; it will be delivered directly to your PC. Also, look at Business Value I or Small Business Valuation to value your business, Business Value Analyst to value your business, identify the sources of value, assess performance and recommend strategy, Cost of Capital to calculate the cost of capital and use it for better decisions, Small Business Due Diligence and Small Business Purchase if you are considering buying a business, and Business Valuation Letters for a selection of letters and reports to explain, document and convey your valuation.