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Cover of Corporate Finance (Canadian Edition) v2.1
Published: 
April 2021
Page Count: 
622
ISBN (Digital): 
978-1-4533-3879-7

Corporate Finance (Canadian Edition)

Version 2.1
By Stan Eakins and William McNally
Homework system included

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Key Features

  • Online Access: $39.95 USD
    Color Printed Book with Online Access: $64.95 USD
  • The Canadian edition reflects spelling, grammar, and punctuation appropriate to Canadian usage. Many examples are adapted to reflect Canadian companies and situations.
  • Includes two chapters that do not appear in the US edition: Chapter 19—Advanced Capital Structure and Chapter 20—Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Over 300 short videos (1–5 mins.) scripted and recorded by the authors provide detailed solutions to examples, explain the meanings behind key concepts and topics, and fully support a flipped-classroom option.
  • Online learning components embedded in the digital reader version include:
    • "Explain It" videos demonstrate key concepts and clarify topics that typically confuse learners.
    • "Explore It" videos provide richer context by walking students through animations where the inputs are manipulated, and the authors discuss the implications.
    • Three types of solutions videos accompany most examples: 1) showing the algebra; 2) showing the financial calculator keystrokes; and 3) demonstrating the solution with Excel™.
    • Downloadable Excel™  templates for most examples.
    • Autograded quizzes and flashcards
    • Hyperlinked glossary
  • Key chapters are organized in easily managed, "bite-sized" chunks and all chapters were built with a modular course structure in mind.
  • All supplements were written by the authors and have been class tested for over twenty years with thousands of students, including an instructor’s manual with chapter summaries, outlines, additional quiz questions, discussion questions, sample problems, and a mini case; a test bank containing over 2,000 items; a rich set of PowerPoint lecture slides; and FlatWorld Homework with over 1,000 items.

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Appropriate for courses on principles of finance, managerial finance, financial management, or corporate finance for finance majors and minors at the undergraduate level and first courses  in the MBA finance curriculum.

Corporate Finance (Canadian Edition) is the first principles of finance textbook that was written specifically for delivery on an online platform. In this first edition published with FlatWorld, this book’s pioneering digital-first strategy has found a perfect home. The book encourages students to push beyond rote memorization of “how to do the math” to truly understand the meaning of the numbers. Over 300 video explanations scripted and recorded by the authors support online learning, on-demand review of concepts, and successfully close the common gap in learning the financial concepts that underpin the skills and mechanics of finance.

In a typical corporate finance course, a lot of time is spent teaching students the key mathematical concepts, which doesn’t leave much time for teaching applications. To combat this challenge, Corporate Finance includes a series of author-recorded videos embedded throughout the digital version that enable students to practice operations in conjunction with learning about the key concepts, freeing up valuable class time to learn how to apply these concepts to issues in the world of finance. 

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PowerPoint Lecture Notes

PowerPoint Lecture Notes

A PowerPoint presentation highlighting key learning objectives and the main concepts for each chapter are available for you to use in your classroom. You can either cut and paste sections or use the presentation as a whole.

Test Item File

Test Item File

Need assistance in supplementing your quizzes and tests? Our test-item files (in Word format) contain many multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, and short-answer questions.

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Stan Eakins East Carolina University

Stanley G. Eakins (PhD Arizona State University) is the former Dean for the College of Business, Associate Dean, Chair of the Department of Finance, and Professor of Finance at East Carolina University (ECU). Prior to beginning his academic work, Stan gained practical experience serving as vice president and comptroller at the First National Bank of Fairbanks and as a commercial and real estate loan officer. A founder of Denali title and escrow agency, a title insurance company in Fairbanks, Alaska, he also ran the operations side of a bank and was the chief finance officer for a multimillion-dollar construction and development company.

 

William McNally Wilfrid Laurier University

William J. McNally (PhD University of Toronto) is Professor of Finance at Wilfrid Laurier University. Will taught at the University of Victoria before joining the faculty at Laurier. His primary research interests are in stock repurchases, insider trading, and market microstructure. Will’s research has been published in journals such as Management Science, Financial Management, The Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, The Journal of Banking and Finance, and The Journal of Financial Research. Will is a founder and on-going supervisor of the Laurier Student Investment Fund—a student investment fund started in 2001. He previously worked as an economic consultant and as a research economist at the Fraser Institute, a Vancouver-based economic think tank.

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