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Authors: Brian Kettell
Published by: Centre for Islamic Banking and Finance
Published in: 2001
Length: 12 pages
Data source: Generalised experience

Abstract

This is the second of a two-note series (201-054-6 and 201-055-6) designed to examine what light finance theory throws onto the methodology for valuing technology / Internet companies. Emphasis here is on some of the more well-known adhoc methods which have had their adherents at different moments in time. We then return to the old favourite, discounted cash flow, to show how it can be modified in reaction to more recent valuation techniques.

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Abstract

This is the second of a two-note series (201-054-6 and 201-055-6) designed to examine what light finance theory throws onto the methodology for valuing technology / Internet companies. Emphasis here is on some of the more well-known adhoc methods which have had their adherents at different moments in time. We then return to the old favourite, discounted cash flow, to show how it can be modified in reaction to more recent valuation techniques.

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