Instructor's Corner

  1. Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice
  2. Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice(2nd Edition)
  3. Applied Corporate Finance (1st Edition)
  4. Applied Corporate Finance (2nd Edition)
  5. Applied Corporate Finance (3rd Edition)
  6. Investment Valuation
  7. Investment Valuation (Second Edition)
  8. Investment Valuation (Third Edition)
  9. Investment Philosophies
  10. Damodaran on Valuation (Second Edition)

Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice

Solutions

These are the solutions to the problems at the end of the chapters in the book. They are saved as pdf files, and can be read using Adobe Acrobat. This site is protected. Instructors are free to give the password out to their students. They are welcome to print off entire subsets and make copies for students.

Power Point Presentations (Corporate Finance)

These are powerpoint presentations (in Powerpoint '97 (pc) or Powerpoint '98 (Mac)) that you can download and adapt for use in your classes. Some of these files are large and may take a while to download.

The Objective of the Firm Chapter 2
Present Value Chapter 3
Measuring Risk in Investments Chapter 5,6
Measuring Returns on Investments Chapters 7-10, Chapter 26, Chapter 28
Capital Structure Chapter 15, Chapters 17-19
Dividend Policy Chapter 20-22
Valuation Chapter 23, 24
Mergers and Acquisitions Chapter 25

Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice (2nd Edition)

Solutions

These are the solutions to the problems at the end of the chapters in the book. They are saved as pdf files, and can be read using Adobe Acrobat. This site is protected. Instructors are free to give the password out to their students. They are welcome to print off subsets and make copies for students.

           
 
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Power Point Presentations (Corporate Finance 2nd Edition)

These are powerpoint presentations (in Powerpoint '97 (pc) or Powerpoint '98 (Mac)) that you can download and adapt for use in your classes. Some of these files are large and may take a while to download. If you are an instructor, there is a short instructor's manual that you might want to browse through. Please read the instructor's manual first before you download the presentations.

   
Introduction to Corporate Finance Chapter 1
The Objective of the Firm Chapter 2
Tools for Corporate Finance Chapter 3-5
Measuring Risk in Investments Chapter 6,7
Measuring Returns on Investments Chapters 8-15
Capital Structure Chapter 16-20
Dividend Policy Chapter 21-23
Valuation Chapter 24-25
Mergers and Acqusitions Chapter 26
Option Applications in Corporate Finance and Valuation Chapter 27

Applied Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice

Solutions

These are the solutions to the problems at the end of the chapters in the book. They are saved as pdf files, and can be read using Adobe Acrobat. This site is protected. Instructors are free to give the password out to their students. They are welcome to print off entire subsets and make copies for students.

Power Point Presentations

These are powerpoint presentations (in Powerpoint '97 (pc) or Powerpoint '98 (Mac)) that you can download and adapt for use in your classes. Some of these files are large and may take a while to download.

   
The Objective of the Firm Chapter 2
Measuring Risk in Investments Chapter 3,4
Measuring Returns on Investments Chapters 5,6
Capital Structure Chapter 7-9
Dividend Policy Chapter 10-11
Valuation Chapter 12

A Comprehensive Corporate Finance Presentation (for a short course)

Applied Corporate Finance: A User's Manual (Second Edition)

Solutions

These are the solutions to the problems at the end of the chapters in the book. They are saved as pdf files, and can be read using Adobe Acrobat. This site is protected. Instructors are free to give the password out to their students. They are welcome to print off entire subsets and make copies for students.

Instructor's Manual

The instructor's manual for the book is in the powerpoint presentations that you can download (in the notes format). If you prefer the entire file to print off as a pdf file, click here. Be forewarned that it is about 550 slides and is a very large file.

Power Point Presentations

These are powerpoint presentations that you can download and adapt for use in your classes. Some of these files are large and may take a while to download. They also contain the instructor's notes (in the notes view in Powerpoint).

   
The Objective of the Firm Chapter 2
Models for Risk and Return Chapter 3
Estimating Hurdle Rates Chapter 4
Measuring Returns on Investments Chapters 5,6
Capital Structure Choices Chapter 7
Optimal Financing Mix Chapter 8
Debt Design and Moving to Optimal Chapter 9
Dividend Policy: Introduction Chapter 10
Dividend Policy: Assessment Chapter 11
Valuation Chapter 12

If you are doing a shorter course, you may prefer this condensed version which I use for an executive corporate finance class of about 6 sessions (3 hours each). It actually works well with a quarter-length course, where you want to move at a more leisurely pace. You can also download the latest set (which will be more updated than my individual packets above) of eof lecture notes that I used for my

Full semester MBA class (Packet 1, Packet 2)
Two-day executive corporate finance class

Applied Corporate Finance: A User's Manual (Third Edition)

Solutions

These are the solutions to the problems at the end of the chapters in the book. They are saved as pdf files, and can be read using Adobe Acrobat. This site is protected. Instructors are free to give the password out to their students. They are welcome to print off entire subsets and make copies for students.

Instructor's Manual

The instructor's manual for the book is in the powerpoint presentations that you can download (in the notes format). If you prefer the entire file to print off as a pdf file, click here. Be forewarned that it is more than 600 slides and is a very large file.

Power Point Presentations

These are powerpoint presentations that you can download and adapt for use in your classes. Some of these files are large and may take a while to download. They also contain the instructor's notes (in the notes view in Powerpoint). For the most updated versions of these slides, check out the lecture note packets that I use for my current corporate finance class. (See below)

   
The Objective of the Firm Chapter 2
Models for Risk and Return Chapter 3
Estimating Hurdle Rates Chapter 4
Measuring Returns on Investments Chapters 5,6
Capital Structure Choices Chapter 7
Optimal Financing Mix Chapter 8
Debt Design and Moving to Optimal Chapter 9
Dividend Policy: Introduction Chapter 10
Dividend Policy: Assessment Chapter 11
Valuation Chapter 12

If you are doing a shorter course, you may prefer this condensed version which I use for an executive corporate finance class of about 6 sessions (3 hours each). It actually works well with a quarter-length course, where you want to move at a more leisurely pace. You can also download the latest set (which will be more updated than my individual packets above) of eof lecture notes that I used for my

For the most updated version of these slides, check out my the packets that I use for my current corporate firnance class. Full semester MBA class (Packet 1, Packet 2)
Two-day executive corporate finance class

 

Investment Valuation

Power Point Presentations

These are powerpoint presentations (in Powerpoint '97 (pc) or Powerpoint '98 (Mac)) that you can download and adapt for use in your classes. Some of these files are large and may take a while to download.

   
Approaches to Valuation Chapter 2
Discounted Cashflow Valuation: Estimation Issues Chapter 3-7
Discounted Cashflow Valuation: Examples Chapters 10-13
Relative Valuation Chapter 14-16
Valuing Private Companies Chapter 23
Valuing Acquisitions
Value Enhancement: EVA and DCF Valuation
Option Pricing Applications in Valuation Chapter 17-18

You can also download the most updated set of these lecture notes that I used for my class by going to the site for the class.

Full semester MBA class (Packet 1, Packet 2, Packet 3)
Two-day executive valuation class

 

Damodaran on Valuation (Second Edition)

Power Point Presentations

These are powerpoint presentations that you can download and adapt for use in your classes. Some of these files are large and may take a while to download. (For the most updated slides, use the latest edition of the Investment Valuation book)

Topic Chapters
Introduction to Valuation Chapter 1
Estimatng Discount Rates Chapter 2
Estimating Cash Flows Chapter 3
Estimating Growth and Terminal Value Chapter 4
Discounted Cashflow Valuation: Examples Chapter 5-6
Relative Valuation Chapters 7-9
The Value of Cash and Cross Holdings Chapter 10
Dealing with Employee Options Chapter 11
The Value of Intangibles Chapter 12
The Value of Control Chapter 13
The Value of Liquidity Chapter 14
The Value of Synergy Chapter 15
The Value of Transparency Chapter 16
The Cost of Distress Chapter 17
Closing thoughts

Chapter 18