Principles Of Corporate Finance is a modern and comprehensive guide on finance. It delves into the theory of corporate finance, and illustrates how these can be applied in practice. The book is divided into multiple units, each of which contain chapters within them. Some of the units are Payout Policy and Capital Structure, Debt Financing, Risk Management, and Options. Many real-world examples and discussions, such as the 2007 credit crisis, have also been incorporated into the book. The first chapter has been renamed to Goals and Governance of the Firm, and it focusses on financial management, incentive systems, and good governance. The chapter on Valuing Bonds introduces readers to default-free bonds, default risk, and corporate debt. Every chapter of Principles Of Corporate Finance contains an introductory preview, a summary, and list of resources which can be used for further reading. At the end of each chapter, readers will come across numerical and conceptual questions of different difficulty levels, like basic, intermediate, and challenging. This textbook also have ten mini cases, and a Real-Time Data Analysis section. Principles Of Corporate Finance?s tenth edition, published by Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company in 2012, is available in paperback.