Welcome to the course Sensitivity Analysis and Scenario Analysis in Capital Budgeting.
Sensitivity Analysis in Capital Budgeting seeks to identify the effect of changes in one variable, eg Life of the Project, Cost of Capital, Project size, etc on the Net Present Value or Internal Rate of Return by keeping all other variables constant. It is a study which determines how changes or errors in the values of parameters affect the output of a model.
Scenario Analysis is an analysis of Net Present Value or Internal Rate of Return of a Project under series of specific scenarios, based on macro economic factors, industry and firm specific factors.
In this course, you will understand the through concept explanation lectures followed by case studies.
This course is structured in self paced learning style.
Screencast video lectures are used for delivering course content.
Take this course to understand nuances of Sensitivity and Scenario Analysis.
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