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M-RLG II — Advanced Financial Accounting II: Corporate Valuation & Governance
(dt. Rechnungslegung II: Bewertung und Governance)

Level, degree of commitment Specialization module, compulsory elective module
Forms of teaching and learning,
Lehr- and Lernformen: - lecture - private study - Vorträge von and Diskussion mit Praktikern,
180 hours (attendance: 45 hours additional studies: 45 hours preparation and follow-up: 45 hours exam preparation: 45 hours)
Credit points,
formal requirements
6 CP
Translation missing. German original:
2 Klausuren (je 60 Minuten, je 3 LP) Notenausgleich
The grading is done with 0 to 15 points according to the examination regulations for the degree program M.Sc. Business Administration.
One semester,
each winter semester
Person in charge of the module's outline N.N.


Business Valuation:

Financial fundamentals (investment appraisal, capital theory, decision theory, portfolio selection, capital market theory), Fundamentals (development, guiding idea, valuation occasions), Individual marginal price determination (reproduction and liquidation value, capitalized earnings value method), Market-oriented marginal price determination (DCF method, real option approach), Conflict-related business valuation (two- and multiple-person conflict).

Corporate Governance:

Fundamentals (concepts, basic issues, interests relevant to the order, economic and corporate order), Capitalist Enterprise (legal foundations, empirical findings, approaches to justification, connex institutions), Managerial Enterprise (capital owners vs. managers, theories of managerial rule, empirical findings, alternative control mechanisms), Co-determined Enterprise (legal foundations, empirical findings, approaches to justification, problems and perspectives), Comparative Corporate Governance.

Qualification Goals

The main objective of the module is to impart sound theoretical but at the same time practically usable knowledge in the areas of company valuation and corporate governance. In particular, participants should be able to recognize the limits of existing concepts in order to arrive at their own further developments on this basis, if necessary. By focusing on understanding interrelationships and linking theory and practice, the sustainability of the training is ensured.




Module imported from M.Sc. Business Administration.

When studying M.Sc. Mathematics, this module can be attended in the study area Minor subject Business Administration.

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