نتایج جستجو برای Cash Flow Recovery

تعداد نتایج: 408350  

Journal: :IJSDS 2012
Aditya Vikram Rajkumar, Jeffrey Williams,

Traditional cash flow estimation techniques focus on generating net cash flow estimates period-by-period, which are then discounted by the firm's cost of capital. While conceptually strong, this aggregation approach can be insensitive to the fine-grained detail so important to managing project cash flows, in particular, that investment returns are always a combination of growth (renewal) and de...

1984
Alan J. Auerbach, David F. Bradford,

We show the unique form that must be taken by a tax system based entirely on realization accounting to implement a uniform capital income tax, or, equivalently, a uniform wealth tax. This system combines elements of an accrual based capital income tax and a traditional cashflow tax, having many of the attributes of the latter while still imposing a tax burden on marginal capital income. Like th...

2012
Bhagwan Chowdhry, Eduardo Schwartz,

We consider optimal hedging decisions for a firm whose stock returns are affected by market returns and an idiosyncratic factor that is orthogonal to the market return. We show that the level of firm’s cash flows depend on the level of the market and the level of the idiosyncratic factor multiplicatively because of compounding. Minimizing the variance of the cash flow requires a substantial off...

Performance appraisal is a process which help shareholders make informed and optimal investment decisions. In recent decades, a long stream of research has devoted particular attention to the importance and impact of financial decisions on firm performance and firm value. The present study thus is primarily concerned with investigating the association between free cash flow and institutional ow...

2004
Farzad Khosrowshahi,

A proactive approach to project cash flow management relies heavily on the use of a forecasting model that is, on the one hand, capable of generating reasonably accurate forecasts and, on the other hand, offers the flexibility which enables the financial manager to challenge the outcome of the forecast in the direction of corporate financial objectives of the organization. The latter was the su...

2006
Daniel Bergstresser,

Richardson’s paper is a useful addition to the literature on the relationship between cash flow and investment. His approach to estimating this relationship is a new twist on earlier approaches. Like most of this literature, Richardson finds evidence that firms’ investment decisions are excessively sensitive to current cash flow, suggesting that violations of the Modigliani–Miller assumptions a...

2009
Daniel E. O'Leary,

This article describes an expert system for cash flow analysis called CFA--Cash Flow Analyzer. which uses knowledge based on ratio analysis and the budgetary statement of changes in cash flow. The system uses "If ••• Then ••• " rules to capture the expertise necessary to diagnose the source of cash flow problems and make recommendations on how to mitigate those problems. 1. AN EXPERT SYSTEM FOR...

2003
Marius Holtan,

Cash flows are often modeled using the random geometric growth model (geometric Brownian motion). One of the reasons for using this model is that it is simple to implement and it is a reasonable approximation to random growth cash flows such as stock prices. For this model the volatility of the cash flow grows multiplicatively over time. This multiplicative characteristic is shared by the usual...

2008
Xiuli Chao, Jia Chen, Shouyang Wang,

In this article, we consider a classic dynamic inventory control problem of a self-financing retailer who periodically replenishes its stock from a supplier and sells it to the market. The replenishment decisions of the retailer are constrained by cash flow, which is updated periodically following purchasing and sales in each period. Excess demand in each period is lost when insufficient invent...

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