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ABSTRACT: The origins of the Economic Value Added comes from Hamilton (1877) and Marshall (1890), which showed that companies can create wealth if you manage to earn more than their own capital costs and liabilities. Economic Value Added is an indicator for measuring performance based on real economic profits of the company product, which allows measurement of its success or failure over a period of time is useful to investors who wish to determine how well the product has value to them and can be used for comparative analysis with rapid industrial similar.Theoretical and Applied Economics. 01/2009; 05(534)(supplement)(05(534)(supplement)):118-123.
Article: MONTE CARLO SIMULATION â€“ A QUALITATIVE METHOD ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION OF THE COMPANY'S PERFORMANCE AND RISKS[show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: Monte Carlo simulation is used with predilection when multidimensional problems are discussed (eg, the outcome depends on more variables or risk factors). The method was invented by American scientists in 1940 when it was used to simulate the trajectory of a neutron in uranium or plutonium. Monte Carlo method, the real is replaced by an artificial process. To obtain accurate results, it is essential that the random variables generated during the simulation experiments to faithfully reproduce the real random variable. Monte Carlo simulation is one of the best methods of risk analysis.Theoretical and Applied Economics. 01/2009; 05(534)(supplement)(05(534)(supplement)):227-231.