Financial Theory and Corporate Policy 4E
STUDENT SOLUTIONS MANUAL
Thomas E. Copeland，J. Fred Weston，Kuldeep Shastri
Most theory texts in Finance do not have end-of-chapter questions and problems. Notable exceptions were Fama’s Foundations of Finance and Levy and Sarnat’s Capital Investment and Financial Decisions. Problem sets are useful because they help the reader to solidify his knowledge with a hands-on approach to learning. Additionally, problems can be used to stretch the reader’s understanding of the textbook material by asking a question whose answer cannot be found in the text. Such extrapolative questions ask the student to go beyond simple feedback of something he has just read. The student is asked to combine the elements of what he has learned into something slightly different — a new result. He must think for himself instead of just regurgitating earlier material.
Financial Theory and Corporate Policy 4E（中文版）