Quantitative Business Valuation: A Mathematical Approach for Today's Professionals by Jay B.Abrams

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Quantitative Business Valuation:

A Mathematical Approach for Today's Professionals

by Jay B. Abrams

McGraw-Hill Adobe e-Book November 16, 2000



Product Description

Quantitative Business Valuation is the first authoritative work to guide professionals through the business valuation process with a quantitative--as opposed to qualitative--focus. Jay Abrams's unique methodology combines original research and mathematical material to lead readers through an integrated approach to forecasting cash flow, calculating discount rates, calculating discounts and premiums, and much more.

From the Inside Flap

Essential reading for the serious business appraiser, Quantitative Business Valuation, Second Edition is the definitive guide to quantitative measurements in the valuation process. No other book written on business valuation is as well researched, innovative, and bottom-line beneficial to you as a practitioner.

Written by leading valuation and litigation economist Jay B. Abrams, this text is a rigorous and eye-opening treatment filled with applications for a wide variety of scenarios in the valuation of your privately held business.

Substantially revised for greater clarity and logical flow, the Second Edition includes new coverage of:

Converting forecast net income to forecast cash flow

Damages in manufacturing firms

Regressing scaled y-variables as a way to control for heteroscedasticity

Mathematical derivation of the Price-to-Sales (PS) ratio

Monte Carlo Simulation (MCS) and Real Options (RO) Analysis

Venture capital and angel investor rates of return

Lost inventory and lost profits damage formulas in litigation

Organized into seven sections, the first three parts of this book follow the chronological sequence of performing a discounted cash flow. The fourth part puts it all together, covering empirical testing of Abrams' valuation theory and measuring valuation uncertainty and error. Parts five to seven round it all out with discussion of litigation, valuing ESOPs and partnership buyouts, and probabilistic methods including valuing start-ups.