Statistical-Financial Valuation Methods of the Investment Projects
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Marcel Bradu: MAES Kishinev, Republic of Moldavia
Theoretical and Applied Economics, 2007, vol. 3(508), issue 3(508), 49-52
Investment projects are always connected with the risk and the criteria of selection of investment projects depend in the majority of cases on the level of risk. Therefore it is necessary to use the statistical and financial methods to evaluate the investment projects that imply the calculation and the analyses of some indicators that will allow to emphasize the size, structure, dynamics and the efficiency of using the investment resources. The specified methods should satisfy the informational needs of a wide range of users as well as supply relevant data to set a basis for polices and to take decisions at micro and macroeconomic level.
Keywords: the capital commitment; the investment pay-back; the net present value; the index of the investments profitability; the internal pay off. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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