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Finance is a topic that requires much computation, and in today's business world that computation is done almost entirely using Excel. Despite this, existing finance textbooks continue to rely heavily on hand calculators. Business school students--whose background in Excel is often weak when they come into finance courses--find that when they leave the academic environment they have to relearn both finance and Excel. Addressing this issue, Principles of Finance with Excel is the only introductory finance text that comprehensively integrates Excel into the teaching and practice of finance. Offering exceptional resources for students and instructors, the book combines classroom-tested pedagogy with the powerful functions of Excel. Author Simon Benninga--one of the most recognized names in financial modeling--shows students how spreadsheets provide new and deeper insights into financial decision making. The second edition of Principles of Finance with Excel covers the same topics as standard financial textbooks--including portfolios, capital asset pricing models, stock and bond valuation, capital structure and dividend policy, and option pricing--and can therefore be used in any introductory course. However, it also introduces Excel as it applies to finance students and practitioners. Throughout Principles of Finance with Excel, the implementation of finance concepts with Excel is demonstrated and explained. A separate section of PFE provides thorough coverage of all Excel topics used in the book: graphs, function data tables, dates in Excel, Goal Seek and Solver. New to this Edition * Offers a streamlined structure that allows students to dive right into the heart of finance: time value of money and discounting * Provides updated examples, most of which refer to the post-2008-crash financial world * Uses Excel 2007 throughout (all examples and spreadsheets are compatible with previous versions of Excel) * The free in-text CD-ROM includes electronic spreadsheets for the entire book Principles of Finance with Excel, Second Edition, is ideal for undergraduate courses in introductory finance and graduate courses in finance and business, or as a reference for finance professionals. An author-maintained companion website ( contains lecture notes, PowerPoint-based slides, and a test bank for instructors.

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Simon Benninga is Professor of Finance at Tel Aviv University and Visiting Professor of finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. His books on financial modeling and valuation are standards in the field of finance and have been translated into Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Polish, and Italian.

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Terrific error laden resource 21 septembre 2011
Par Zooey - Publié sur
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It's odd that a b-school professor hasn't thought to recruit a gaggle of research assistants and cobble together a book like this. Unlike other finance texts, this book does actually do a good job of teaching the ins and outs of excel. Indeed, if one were interested in learning excel alone, the medium of finance would be a terrific avenue to picking up the program (and vice versa). They make sense together; both are lifeless mechanical knowledge bases that are, sadly, critical to understand. I picked up this book as a means of shoring up Excel skills before beginning a management consulting job and it has been helpful.

That said, there are countless errors in the explanations to the chapter exercises, rendering them nearly unusable at times. In some instances, it feels like a previous edition was not properly updated and in others, there are flat out mistakes in calculations, logic, or methodology. I've worked through the first two chapters and approximately 10 of the 50 exercise solutions are incorrect in some way. It's a shame Oxford (a terrific press) wasn't more diligent in the editing process. It's quite sloppily done (rushed to market?) and Professor Benninga (or Oxford) should consider releasing a corrected exercise update to those who purchased the book. For students planning on using the book for self study, I would look elsewhere until this issue is resolved.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A rare find 8 janvier 2011
Par Richard Teplick - Publié sur
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It is rare to find a book that can systematically guide one with no prior knowledge of a field to feeling comfortable with many of the basic concepts of the discipline. Dr. Benninga's book accomplishes this, meeting its goal of providing an understanding of the requisite concepts and applications for making financial decisions. It is replete with examples, each clearly delineated both in text and Excel spreadsheets reprinted in the text; each building on the prior examples. Essentially every example reflects real decisions, e.g., buying versus leasing, mortgages, depreciating equipment, buying securities. It also includes clear instructions on using the revelent Excel features but its focus is financial modeling, not Excel. I found the book both relevant and a joy to read, working the examples as I progressed. I highly recommend this book to anyone who, like me, barely knew words like depreciation or annuity let alone what they meant. It would be a great textbook for a finance course but it is also superb for self-study. Although I am an total neophyte in finance, I suspect this book falls in the very rare category of books like Richard Feynman's Lectures in Physics which can provide insight into a subject regardless of ones prior knowledge.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Content But Too Many Errors 13 mars 2012
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This book has great content and covers a lot of the basics of finance and Excel, but TONS of problems have errors from either past editions not being updated or just being flat out wrong. It's frustrating spending hours just trying to figure out whether or not your answers are right and having to consult other sources and general logic, and sometimes you just end up skipping the problem because there's no point in stabbing in the dark without even knowing if you are correct or not. If it weren't for this issue, it'd be a 4 or 5 star book for sure.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An excellent introductory finance book 29 janvier 2011
Par J. Lancaster - Publié sur
This is my first semester teaching with Benninga's Principles of Finance with Excel, and I am finding it to be a useful, intuitive and effective alternative to traditional Finance textbooks. Benninga manages to successfully teach both finance and excel in this authoritative, yet accessible text. My students are surprised with how "easy" finance is, and I'm thrilled to see them applying relatively complex financial concepts at an early stage in the course. Benninga's instructor materials are thorough and effective, and the student CD is helpful and relevant. Perhaps my favorite thing about Benninga's approach to finance is that it makes finance accessible to students who do not love math. By using excel, Benninga takes the focus away from arithmetic and places it on analysis, thus making finance appealing to a much broader array of student. I fully recommend this text.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good focus on excel 29 avril 2012
Par markvan - Publié sur
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I bought this book for self study prior to starting an MBA program. I have no prior training in finance. The book does an OK job at conceptually explaining the basic principles and gives examples that are easy to relate to (buying vs. leasing a car, etc.), however, there is very little mathematical rigor to go along with the conceptual framework. While this book is good overviw of some concepts, it certanly does not replace a classic Corporate Finance text. What this book does well is teach the reader how to use excel to solve practical problems (as long as they align with one of the provided examples).

The major downside is the sheer volume of errors. The chapter end exercises are filled with errors that make at least 25% of these exercises unusable.
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