EVA in valuation
"Free Cash Flow (FCF), Economic Value Added (EVA (TM)), and Net Present Value(NPV): A Reconciliation of Variations of Discounted-Cash-Flow (DCF) Valuation" by Ronald E. Shrieves, Ph.D. SunTrust Bank Professor of Finance and John M. Wachowicz, Jr., Ph.D., CPA Professor of Finance. This working paper won the 2002 Eugene L. Grant Award for best paper published in "The Engineering Economist" in 2001. (Indirect link to this paper: http://www.bus.utk.edu/finance/workpap.htm )
A short paper about EVA in valuation. Includes a mathematical and numerical demonstration that EVA and NPV/DCF produce a identical result in valuation. By Professor Aswath Damodaran from Leonard N. Stern School of Business. New York University.
Valuatum has opened the test version of its new software platform for equity analysis. This includes company valuation models that enable the institutional investors to open and manipulate the same models as sell-side analysts.
A tool available on the Internet that reveals which public companies listed with US Stock Exchanges actually create shareholder value (EVA).
A paper that tests the correlation between EVA and shareprices and the effectiveness of EVA based compensation plans. Written by following professors: GARY C. BIDDLE, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology; ROBERT M. BOWEN University of Washington; JAMES S. WALLACE University of California, Irvine
By Maggie Topkis. The articles discusses how EVA is used by equity analysts and funds and discusses in general how it is claimed to affect stock prices.
Plenty of EVA and valuation related articles and links by Aman Raina, Canadian investment analyst and finacial software developer.
A chapter from a long study (by Esa Mäkeläinen). Please click the corresponding chapter number (2.2.2.) from the table of contents after you have chosen this link.
Economist Intelligence Unit: Finance and Treasury, Jan 31, 1994