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Economic Value Added (EVA) in Indian Corporates

 
M.C. Garg (Author) Karam Pal Singh (Author)
Synopsis The present book on “Economic Value Added in Indian Corporates” is an attempt to come up to the expectations of those who are roaming for productive and meaningful research book on the subject. The book, which has been divided into nine chapters, provides a wide-ranging exposure on the subject matter in a coherent an systematic manner. Chapter – I is conceptual in nature. It discusses the epigrammatic rationale of conducting the present study. Chapter – II gives a brief review of literature. It is imperative to survey all credible literature so that researcher becomes well conversant with the relevant researches and information in the field. This throbbing course of action has been brought about to stumble on the research gaps for conducting further pertinent study in the field. Chapter – III encompasses the research methodology of the study. Chapter – IV brings out some computational process of the EVA. This chapter examines in detail the EVA, NOPAT and WACC of sample companies. Chapter – V is dedicated to the analysis of related financial variables of select companies. It brings out vividly the shareholders’ value to the center stage. Chapter – VI discusses the relationship between MVA and other financial variables like EVA, NPV, ARNW, EPS, Lp, Kp, ROCE and NOPAT of sample companies, Since MVA has been considered as dependent variable, therefore, the chapter examines the statistical association between these variable. Chapter – VII discusses the relationship between MVA and other financial variables like EVA, NPV, ARNW, EPS, Lp, Kp, ROCE and NOPAT of sample companies both on industry-wise and sector-wise. Chapter – VIII gives emphasis on awareness and applicability of EVA in India. Finally, Chapter – IX the last chapter presents summary, conclusions, and some workable recommendations for the smooth execution and appearance of EVA as financial tool in the financial statements of Indian Corporate Sector. Towards the end of this book a comprehensive bibliography on the subject and some appendices have also been added. We hope that the readers would find this book ahead of price and redolent for their underlying standard. We would hail every suggestion from all corners.
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About the authors

M.C. Garg

M.C. Garg, is Sr. Lecturer in the Dept. of Business Management, Guru Jambheshwar University, Hisar. He completed his Doctorate from M.D. University, Rohtak in 1994. He has more than 12 years of teaching and research experience. He is co-editor of eight boos and more than thirty research papers have been published by him. He has already completed one minor research project financed by UGC and presently working on two major research projects financed by he UGC. His areas of concentration include Accounting, Insurance and Entrepreneurship Development.

Karam Pal Singh

Karam Pal Singh, who completed his Ph.D. from M.D. University, Rohtak in 1996, is presently working as Sr.Lecturer in the Dept. of Business Management, Guru Jambheshwar University, Hisar. He has about 10 years of teaching and research experience and has 29 published research papers to his credit. He has already completed one minor research project financed by UGC and presently working on two major research projects financed y the UGC. His area of specialization include Taxation, Finance and Insurance.

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Bibliographic information

Title Economic Value Added (EVA) in Indian Corporates
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8176295973
length xvi+343p., Notes; Tables; References; Appendix; Bibliogarphy; Index; 25cm.