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Projects: Planning, Analysis, Selection, Financing, Implementation, and Review

Projects presents the entire gamut of capital budgeting. The book discusses key principles and techniques for evaluating capital expenditure proposals, as well as strategic, qualitative and organizational considerations impacting capital budgeting decisions. Further, it suggests ways of improving project appraisal and capital budgeting practices and also describes and evaluates business practices in various areas. Written by a renowned finance educator Prasanna Chandra, the book in its eighth edition, has acquired vast readership among students and practitioners over a period of almost three and a half decades.

Key Features:

  • Substantial revision of several chapters
  • Two new sections: 'Measures of Savings in Infrastructure Costs' and 'Analysis of Project Risk'
  • Six new appendixes: 'Detailed Project Report', 'The Case for Behavioral Strategy', 'Vegetron Simulation', 'Types of Charges Created on Assets for Securing Advances', 'Due Diligence' and 'Environmental Appraisal of Projects'
  • New minicases on 'Investment Criteria' and 'Infrastructure Financing '
  • Number of boxes containing valuable perspectives and practical insights
  • Updated and expanded ancillary web material for students and instructors

Table of Contents:

Part I: Planning

  • Overview
  • Strategy and Resource Allocation
  • Generation and Screening of Project Ideas

Part II: Analysis

  • Market and Demand Analysis
  • Technical Analysis
  • Financial Estimates and Projections

Part III: Selection I

  • The Time Value of Money
  • Investment Criteria
  • Project Cash Flows
  • The Cost of Capital
  • Project Risk Analysis

Part IV: Selection II

  • Project Rate of Return
  • Special Decisions Situations
  • Social Cost Benefit Analysis
  • Multiple Projects and Constraints
  • Valuation of Real Options
  • Judgmental, Behavioral, Strategic and Organizational Considerations

Part V: Financing

  • Financing of Projects
  • Financing Infrastructure Projects
  • Venture Capital and Private Equity

Part VI: Implementation

  • Project Management
  • Network Techniques for Project Management

Part VII: Review

  • Project Review and Administrative Aspects
  • Appendix A: Tables
  • Appendix B: Assessing the Tax Burden
  • Appendix C: Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Appendix D: Detailed Project Report
  • Bibliography

Finance for Non-Finance People, Second Edition

Finance for Non-Finance People, Second Edition

Finance is key to every business organisation as well as outside. This book makes sense of the Finance world from a non-finance perspective. It introduces, explains and demystifies essential ideas of business finance to those who do not have financial background or training. Lucid, accessible, yet comprehensive, the book delineates the financial workings of businesses and offers an overview of corporate finance in the global context. The volume: contains effective tools for financial communication, monitoring, analysis and resource allocation; provides important learning aids such as figures, tables, illustrations and case studies; highlights fundamental concepts and applications of finance; surveys global corporate practices, recent trends and current data. This updated second edition contains new sections on tax planning, including income Tax and Goods and Services Tax in India. A guide to building financial acumen, this book will be a useful resource for executive and management development programmes (edps & maps) oriented towards business managers, including MBA programmes. It will benefit business executives, corporate heads, entrepreneurs, government officials, teachers, researchers, and students of management and business, as well as those who deal with finance or financial matters in their daily lives.


Indian Financial System

The Indian Financial System: Markets, Institutions and Services, 5/e is a comprehensive text that encompasses new developments in the financial system and discusses various components such as financial markets and institutions, instruments, agencies and regulations in an analytical and critical manner.
The book is divided into four sections, each constituting the various topics under the umbrella of financial systems. It details the relationship between financial system and economic growth, historical perspective of the Indian financial system, objectives of financial sector reforms, elements of financial markets, new financial instruments such as floating rate bonds, zero coupon bonds, securitized paper, etc., management of non-performing assets by banks, factoring and forfaiting, housing finance and leasing and hire purchase to name a few.

All amendments and changes up to June 2017 have been incorporated in this edition. The new guidelines relating to new monetary policy framework, new base rate calculation, money market instruments such as commercial paper, certificate of deposits, repos and tri-repos etc., have been discussed.
· New guidelines relating to capital financing by start-ups, de-listing, external commercial borrowings, foreign portfolio investors, list of securities have been covered.
· Various initiatives taken by the RBI and the government to curb the menace of non-performing assets of the banks have been included. The recent Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 (IBC) by the government has been simplified for the students.
Fluidity of the language makes it an easy read wherein the text has been made more student friendly by simplifying the context of the topics.

Table of Contents:
Part I: Financial System
1 The Financial System: An Introduction
2 The Financial System and the Economy
3 R eforms in the Financial System
Part II: Financial Markets
4 The Money Market
5 The Capital Market
6 The Primary Market
7 Disinvestment of Public Sector Undertakings
8 The Secondary Market
9 The Derivatives Market
10 The Debt Market
11 N ew Financial Instruments
Part III: Financial Institutions
12 Development Financial Institutions
13 Banking and Non-Banking Institutions
14 Management of Non-Performing Assets by Banks
15 Mutual Funds
16 Insurance
Part IV: Financial Services
17 Investment Banking
18 Depositories and Custodians
19 Credit Rating
20 Factoring and Forfaiting
21 Housing Finance
22 L easing and Hire Purchase
23 Financial Inclusion and Microfinance
Part V: Financial Regulation
24 Financial Regulation

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