Investing In Dynamic Markets

Author by : Henry Kressel
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : A highly successful venture capitalist takes you behind the scenes of the private equity process.


The Strategic Investment Decision

Author by : Roger Oldcorn
Languange : en
Publisher by : Ft Press
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Total Read : 10
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Description : This text provides a framework for assessing every investment opportunity, from making an acquisition to launching a new product. It provides the right questions to ask of any investment project and the evaluation techniques needed to make decisions which will succeed financially and strategically.


Underwriting Commercial Real Estate In A Dynamic Market

Author by : Christian Redfearn
Languange : en
Publisher by : Academic Press
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Total Read : 10
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Description : A recurrent theme in Underwriting Commercial Real Estate in a Dynamic Market is that good thinking and good underwriting go together. This stands in contrast with "getting an answer" or even worse "reverse engineering" - getting to a solution by assuming that the market outcome is best. While the cases in Underwriting Commercial Real Estate in a Dynamic Market may not yield "the" answer, they force a rich conversation about what constitutes a good trade-off and what does not. Cases can be structured for use with introductory material as well as advanced topics. Encourages readers to think about alternatives and their viability Addresses real world variations and concentrates on large urban economic forces and their implications for real estate valuation Presents case studies that vary significantly in length and specificity Includes pedagogical materials such as case introductions and exhibits


Dynamic Markets And Conventional Ignorance

Author by : A. Samli
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Total Read : 61
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Description : In this follow up to From a Market Economy to a Finance Economy, Samli reflects on his more than half a century of economic experience and research, maintaining that financiers, the government and many decision makers in both politics and the economy, do not really the 'free market.


Dynamic Efficiency And Path Dependencies In Venture Capital Markets

Author by : Andrea Schertler
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Total Read : 62
Total Download : 580
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Technology Business And The Market

Author by : Dr John S Sheldrake
Languange : en
Publisher by : Gower Publishing, Ltd.
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Total Read : 89
Total Download : 269
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Description : John Sheldrake’s long experience of teaching business and management to engineers has highlighted a gap in the knowledge of students and practitioners alike, between their grasp of developments in science and technology and how these developments lead to the creation of successful products. Using case studies, Technology, Business and the Market explores the impact of new materials, techniques and technologies, and looks at the links between innovation, entrepreneurship, business (including finance), design, manufacturing, branding and marketing. The author examines the ways in which scientific endeavour is conditioned and even distorted by contextual issues such as finance and fashion. This demonstration of the synthesis of technology, business and the market has relevance for students, practitioners and policy makers in established and emerging markets.


Energy Investments

Author by : Ricardo G. Barcelona
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Total Read : 44
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Description : This book examines what lies behind the uncertainties surrounding the fuel and power markets. Exploring the role of renewables and how they potentially disrupt or create opportunities, it challenges widely accepted wisdoms in investment. The author asks questions such as: Are “business as usual” strategies that favour fossil fuels the best route to future prosperity? What prospects do firms face when their competitors diversify into renewables? Why do generous subsidies to renewables often fail to achieve wide-scale deployment? Illustrating how real options and option games reasoning yield vastly different insights from those gained from NPVs, Energy Investments offers case studies and simulations to demonstrate how firms can benefit from the methods it showcases.


Creating A Portfolio Like Warren Buffett

Author by : Jeeva Ramaswamy
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Total Read : 95
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Description : The practical guide to investing the Warren Buffett way Creating a Portfolio like Warren Buffett: A High Return Investment Strategy highlights actual trades author Jeeva Ramaswamy has successfully executed using principles established by investment guru Warren Buffet. Clearly explaining how Buffett's principles can be used to make specific investments the book, unlike other investment guides, also clearly explains how to apply Buffett's exit strategies as they pertain to holding or selling positions. Giving readers a complete overview of Buffett's methodologies and how to apply them, the book is a step-by-step stock research checklist and comprehensive guide to investing and managing a successful stock portfolio. It includes detailed instructions to: Determine where to search for stock prospects Thoroughly research stocks using a stock research checklist Confidently make buy and sell decisions Expertly manage your portfolio Packed with specific stock examples, real-life calculations, and expert tips, Creating a Portfolio like Warren Buffett is your guide to harnessing the market savvy of an investing legend.


Trade Investment And Development Reaping The Full Benefits Of Open Markets

Author by : OECD
Languange : en
Publisher by : OECD Publishing
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Total Read : 40
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Description : This report reviews evidence of the benefits and challenges of trade and investment for development, drawing on experiences from economies in various parts of the world.


Organizations Individualism And Economic Theory

Author by : Maria Brouwer
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Total Read : 42
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Description : Most economic theory is based on the assumption that economies grow in a linear fashion. Recessions, depressions and (financial) crises are explained by policy mistakes. However, economic development has historically been uneven, and this state of affairs continues today. This book argues that twentieth century economic theory has marginalized individualism and organizational variety, and puts forward the case for a pluralist approach. This book represents a unique synthesis of business theory and economic theory, which pinpoints the problems with many current mainstream theories and sets out new agendas for research. Here, Maria Brouwer argues that market competition is not about adapting to changes from outside, but is driven by human motivation and goal directed behavior. This gives managerial skills, which do not traditionally have a significant place in mainstream economic theory, a key role. It also highlights the need for organizations that have a motivational culture and appreciate human capital. This differs from the traditional view of the firm as a production function dictated by technology. Brower argues that organizations should be depicted as voluntary associations of people that pursue goals of their own, while firms compete on markets, where relative performance determines their fate. This argument builds on older theories of innovation and market competition that live on in business school curricula, and paints a picture of an economy directed by individuals and firms. This signals a bold departure from standard economic thinking.