Essays about: "Protability"

Found 4 essays containing the word Protability.

  1. 1. Capital Structure in Financial Distress: A Comprehensive Study across Industries and Borders

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Oleksandr Baranov; Henrik Hedencrona; [2019-07-02]
    Keywords : Capital Structure; Leverage; Financial Recession; Financial Distress; Tangible Assets; Market-to-Book; Sales; Protability; International Comparisons; Industrial Comparisons;

    Abstract : MSc in Finance.... READ MORE

  2. 2. Feasibility study of battery storage installed with solar PV in an energy efficient house

    University essay from KTH/Energiteknik

    Author : MARIA LETIZIA FASCÌ; [2017]
    Keywords : PV battery system; battery control; self-consumption; economic analysis.;

    Abstract : The aim of this project is to nd the optimal size battery for an already installed PV system in a family house in Southern Sweden. First, the existing system is modelled and validated. Then a new model including a battery is built. In this model it is assumed that the aim of the battery is to maximize the self-consumption of the house. READ MORE

  3. 3. Pharmaceutical Opportunities : A three-step repositioning model for evaluating market options

    University essay from KTH/Industriell ekonomi och organisation (Inst.)

    Author : SARA SANDMAN; [2016]
    Keywords : Repositioning; Repurposing; Life Cycle Management; Orphan Drugs; Pharmaceutical Industry;

    Abstract : Pharmaceutical industry is today struggling with its productivity as products keep failing after long and expensive development programs. The protability is further threatened by erce competition from cheaper product copies. READ MORE

  4. 4. Implementation of a Funds Transfer Pricing model with stochastic interest rates

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Matematisk statistik

    Author : Fredrik Danielsson; [2014]
    Keywords : Mathematics and Statistics;

    Abstract : The subject of Funds Transfer Pricing (FTP) is widely known within the banking in- dustry, despite this there is a lack of consensus on how to allocate the costs and benets to the users and suppliers of liquidity. A common practice in nancial institutions, in particular before the nancial crisis, was to charge business units a liquidity charge that was based on the average or the historic cost of funds, which did not properly re ect the liquidity risk for each specic business unit. READ MORE