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Browsing Engineering Proceedings by Subject "Real options"

Browsing Engineering Proceedings by Subject "Real options"

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  • Lewis, Neal; Eschenbach, Ted; Hartman, Joseph (American Society for Engineering Management, 2008-11-12)
    Traditional tools to evaluate projects in the face of uncertainty include expected value analysis, decision trees, and simulation. In recent years considerable research has been devoted to the newer tool of real options ...
  • Lewis, Neal; Eschenbach, Ted; Hartman, Joseph (American Society for Engineering Management, 2009)
    Traditionally, present worth is computed with a single interest rate. However, the real options literature includes examples where “first” costs are discounted using a continuous risk-free interest rate while later revenues ...
  • Lewis, Neal; Eschenbach, Ted; Hartman, Joseph (Institute of Industrial Engineers, 2007)
    The existing literature describes how financial option techniques can be applied for determining a project option value. However, input variables are assumed to be fixed and known over the project’s horizon. While this ...
  • Lewis, Neal; Spurlock, David (American Society for Engineering Management, 2004)
    Real Options Analysis is a technique that offers advantages over the traditional Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) approach for determining project valuation. Although options analysis uses some of the same input variables used ...
  • Lewis, Neal; Eschenbach, Ted; Hartman, Joseph (ASEE, 2007)
    Proposed projects are often justified financially by using traditional discounted cash flow tools such as net present value and internal rate of return. These methods have been criticized because they do not recognize the ...

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