Adopting an innovative, open-learning approach to introduce the main principles of financial management in an accessible, non-technical way, this fully updated fifth edition provides a unique focus on the practical application of financial management and its role in decision making.
New to this edition:
· Expanded coverage of key topics such as financing the business
· Increased coverage of corporate governance issues
· Even more real-world examples to help illustrate the practical application and importance of the topics discussed
· Financial statements throughout based on the latest International Accounting Standards
· Full-colour design, packed with pedagogical features, providing an original learning experience
· Written in a unique, open learning style
· Clear explanations and minimal technical jargon to aid understanding no previous knowledge of financial management is assumed
· Based on a solid foundation of theory, but focusing throughout on its value for decision making
· Covering all the main areas of financial management in sufficient detail to provide a good grasp of the subject
· Numerous examples, activities and exercises throughout, allowing the reader to test his/her knowledge at frequent intervals
Fully supported by a comprehensive range of student and lecturer learning resources, Financial Management for Decision Makers is ideal for undergraduates from a non-finance/accounting discipline taking an introductory module in financial management, and postgraduate/postexperience students on courses such as the ACCA Diploma in Financial Management, Diploma in Management Studies and MBA programmes. The text is also suitable for finance and accounting students as a foundation for further study.
Peter Atrill is a freelance academic and author working with leading institutions in the UK, Europe and SE Asia. He has previously held posts as Head of Business and Management and Head of Accounting and Law at University of Plymouth Business School.
Peter Atrill is a freelance academic and author working with leading institutions in the UK, Europe and SE Asia. He was previously Head of Business and Management at University of Plymouth Business School.