1. This textbook on Corporate Finance deals with the different sources of funding and the capital structure of corporations (excluding financial institutions), the decisions that managers can take to increase enterprise value as well as the tools and analysis used to allocate financial resources.
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    €99.-

  2. This handbook is an introduction to Human Resource Management, with a clear focus and without sidetracks.
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    €40.-

  3. While promoting a holistic approach and highlighting the role of human motivation, the authors show how financial and strategic performance control processes can be integrated to create and improve internal strategic alignment. This book conceptualises the management control concepts, methods and practices used to manage both financial and strategic performance.
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    €49.-

  4. What determines a company’s financial health and what drives company value? This third-edition book enables non-specialists to grasp all relevant financial information using tools that allow efficient financial analyses and allows specialists to gain new perspectives on the matter.
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    €79.-
  5. Financial Management in Practice

    Publication date: February 1, 2017

    Financial Management in Practice aims, as the title suggests, to go beyond a classic academic approach to financial management, by illustrating theoretical insights with concrete cases.
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    €59.-

  6. Studies show that entrepreneurship still remains a structural and cultural anomaly in continental Europe. Starting from this hypothesis the authors show how Europe could be made entrepreneurship-friendly.
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    €35.-

  7. Since 2007 the European Union and the euro have, to put it mildly, been struggling. The EU seems to have lost its competitiveness against the United States and emerging countries. The eurozone crisis has turned into a succession of country crises ebbing and flowing like the tide, threatening to poison the entire eurozone and jeopardising world economic growth. The European Union After the Euro Crisis examines this period of turmoil, putting it...
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    €45.-

  8. Like many other markets, stock markets are characterised by asymmetric information. If investors cannot distinguish high-quality from low-quality securities, they will value all securities as average resulting in the well known market for lemons. How can high-quality listed companies communicate with stock markets to distinguish themselves from low-quality listed companies?
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    €95.-