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Analytical Corporate Finance


Part of the Springer Texts in Business and Economics book series (STBE)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xx
  2. Angelo Corelli
    Pages 1-40
  3. Angelo Corelli
    Pages 41-71
  4. Angelo Corelli
    Pages 73-119
  5. Angelo Corelli
    Pages 121-148
  6. Angelo Corelli
    Pages 149-183
  7. Angelo Corelli
    Pages 185-221
  8. Angelo Corelli
    Pages 223-255
  9. Angelo Corelli
    Pages 257-295
  10. Angelo Corelli
    Pages 297-337
  11. Angelo Corelli
    Pages 339-370
  12. Angelo Corelli
    Pages 371-408
  13. Angelo Corelli
    Pages 409-429
  14. Angelo Corelli
    Pages 431-461
  15. Angelo Corelli
    Pages 463-494
  16. Back Matter
    Pages 495-501

About this book


This book draws readers’ attention to the financial aspects of daily life at a corporation by combining a robust mathematical setting and the explanation and derivation of the most popular models of the firm. Intended for third-year undergraduate students of business finance, quantitative finance, and financial mathematics, as well as first-year postgraduate students, it is based on the twin pillars of theory and analytics, which merge in a way that makes it easy for students to understand the exact meaning of the concepts and their representation and applicability in real-world contexts. Examples are given throughout the chapters in order to clarify the most intricate aspects; where needed, there are appendices at the end of chapters, offering additional mathematical insights into specific topics. Due to the recent growth in knowledge demand in the private sector, practitioners can also profit from the book as a bridge-builder between university and industry. Lastly, the book provides useful information for managers who want to deepen their understanding of risk management and come to recognize what may have been lacking in their own systems.


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Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Center of Excellence for Research in Finance and Accounting (CERFA)American University in DubaiDubaiUnited Arab Emirates

About the authors

Angelo Corelli is Associate Professor of Finance at the American University in Dubai. His field of expertise is Financial Risk Management with a focus on Credit Risk. Angelo’s research topics span from Quantitative Risk Management to Term Structure Analysis and Valuation / Risk of Financial Derivatives. The main focus of his teaching lies on Corporate Finance with a special emphasis on Corporate Valuation mechanisms.

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