Economic Value Added (EVA): Its Uses and Limitations

Brewer, Peter C.; Chandra, Gyan
March 1999
SAM Advanced Management Journal (07497075);Spring99, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p4
Academic Journal
Focuses on the uses and limitations of economic value added (EVA) as a method of performance measurement. Definition and formula of EVA; Advantages and disadvantages of EVA; Information on return on investment; How EVA should be used to evaluate employee performance.


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