EVA

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EVA

abbr.
extravehicular activity

EVA

abbreviation for
(Astronautics) extravehicular activity
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Big companies like Coca-Cola and SPX use the economic value added as a guide to create value.
Economic value added is an adjusted version of residual income.
Ralph Palliam, (2002), tested assertions that economic value added (EVA) is more highly associated with stock returns and firm values than accrual earnings, and evaluates which components of EVA, contribute to these associations.
Economic Value Added as an indicator measures the difference between the return on company's capital and the cost of that capital (Lawrie, 2001).
Cebr calculated the impact in terms of an additional three metrics: market capitalisation, economic value added and market value added
research chose as its main measure of financial performance the Stern Stewart-calculated economic value added continued on page 24 because it reflects internal performance and isn't influenced by external factors like the stock market.
Included in it are: an intangible assets score sheet, a human resources accounting statement, a statement of brand value and an economic value added, or EVA, statement.
Chesterton offers a team approach with Economic Value Added expertise, the understanding of overall equipment effectiveness, environmental engineering, as well as top-level product applications expertise.
Evidence is mixed regarding the efficacy of Economic Value Added (EVA), the relatively new financial-management tool.
CalPERS chose its target companies based on stock performance, board practices and a financial performance measure called economic value added.
Banga generated the highest economic value added of S&P 500 companies with CEOs in place 3+ years
In this research, through performance index of economic value added and earning quality by index of "the ratio of cash obtained from economic activities to operational earning" the performance of growth value firms is done to find out what relationship exists between earning quality and the performance of these firms.