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Designing Flexible Cash Flows

Author : Scott Fawcett
ISBN : 9781135323615
Genre : Law
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Whether calculating a net present value, assessing an internal rate of return, or considering the impact of debt on a transaction when analysing investments in property it is very hard to get away from the need for cashflows. These cashflows range from the very simple to the extremely complex and can take anything from minutes to days to produce. Of course, valuation software exists that will produce these for you - but sometimes there are situations where you can't avoid having to do the job yourself!

Flexibility In Engineering Design

Author : Richard De Neufville
ISBN : 9780262016230
Genre : Science
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Project teams can improve results by recognizing that the future is inevitably uncertain and that by creating flexible designs they can adapt to eventualities. This approach enables them to take advantage of new opportunities and avoid harmful losses. Designers of complex, long-lasting projects -- such as communication networks, power plants, or hospitals -- must learn to abandon fixed specifications and narrow forecasts. They need to avoid the "flaw of averages," the conceptual pitfall that traps so many designs in underperformance. Failure to allow for changing circumstances risks leaving significant value untapped. This book is a guide for creating and implementing value-enhancing flexibility in design. It will be an essential resource for all participants in the development and operation of technological systems: designers, managers, financial analysts, investors, regulators, and academics. The book provides a high-level overview of why flexibility in design is needed to deliver significantly increased value. It describes in detail methods to identify, select, and implement useful flexibility. The book is unique in that it explicitly recognizes that future outcomes are uncertain. It thus presents forecasting, analysis, and evaluation tools especially suited to this reality. Appendixes provide expanded explanations of concepts and analytic tools.

Encyclopedia Of Chemical Processing And Design

Author : John J. McKetta Jr
ISBN : 0824724941
Genre : Science
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"Written by engineers for engineers (with over 150 International Editorial Advisory Board members),this highly lauded resource provides up-to-the-minute information on the chemical processes, methods, practices, products, and standards in the chemical, and related, industries. "

Infrastructure Public Private Partnerships

Author : Carlos Oliveira Cruz
ISBN : 9783642369100
Genre : Law
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Economic development and social welfare depend on the existence of effective and efficient infrastructure systems, particularly in health, energy, transportation and water, many of which are developed and managed through Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs). However, empirical evidence suggests some pitfalls in the use of these PPP arrangements. This book addresses these issues, focusing on mostly three key questions: How to improve the robustness of the decision-making process leading to the option of PPP? How to improve contract management as the longest phase of the process? How can contracts be improved to accommodate uncertainty and avoid harmful renegotiations? The authors explore the concept of flexible contracts, the uncertainty modeling for improving the robustness of the decision-making process, and develop an overall framework for effective contract management, along with a comprehensive analysis of current renegotiation patterns. The ultimate goal is to improve the contractual performance, as well as the overall infrastructure management and social welfare. ​

The Australian Accountant

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ISBN : UCLA:L0061650834
Genre : Accountants
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Flexible Automation And Integrated Manufacturing

Author : William G. Sullivan
ISBN : 1567000185
Genre : Computers
File Size : 77. 84 MB
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Real Options And Investment Incentives

Author : Gunther Friedl
ISBN : 9783540482680
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 63. 12 MB
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This work analyzes the problem of delegated decision-making within firms when investment projects are characterized by the possibility to make subsequent decisions after the initial investment decision has been made. By analyzing this question, the monograph combines and unifies two important lines of literature: on the one hand the literature on controlling investment decisions, on the other hand the investment valuation literature.

Control And Dynamic Systems

Author : Cornelius T. Leondes
ISBN : UCAL:B4595169
Genre : Control theory
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An Integrated Design Support Method For Flexible Assembly Systems

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ISBN : UOMDLP:b1793871:0001.001
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Flexibility Measurement In Production Systems

Author : Sven Rogalski
ISBN : 3642181171
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 83. 79 MB
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The requirements for production systems are constantly changing as a result of changing competitive conditions. This poses a challenge for manufacturers in the various branches of industry and creates an ever-increasing need for flexibility. With this as a background, this book explores the current developments and trends as well as their impact on today’s production systems. It also compares known strategies, concepts and methods used to achieve production flexibility. Similarly, the practical knowledge and current research will be drawn upon and subjected to a sound scientific analysis, through which the technical and organizational flexibility ranges can be measured in their application in a production system. The convenience and usefulness of this concept for manufacturers is substantiated by its implementation in a software tool called ecoFLEX and its practical application, based on extensive examples. This illustrates how flexibility flaws can be quickly identified, classified and properly disposed of using ecoFLEX. This tool helps to close the gap between ERP / PPS systems and digital factory planning tools.

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