Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice 9th Edition
Lumby and Jones return for a ninth edition of the bestselling Corporate Finance, combining clarity with clout. The strong theoretical approach that underpins the text is enhanced with a range of real world examples putting the models and frameworks into perspective. Packed with diverse examples and problems, this landmark text provides a comprehensive introduction to the subject of corporate finance in an accessible yet rigorous style.
About the Author
Chris Jones is formerly Principal Lecturer in Accounting and Finance at Sheffield Hallam University. Steve Lumby is a financial consultant and formerly Managing Director of LCA Education.
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