Valore Aggiunto Sistemico: un'alternativa all'EVA quale indice di sovraprofitto periodale
This work presents a notion of residual income called Systemic Value Added (SVA). It is antithetic to Stewart’s (1991) EVA, though it is consistent with it in overall terms: a project’s Net Final Value (NFV) can be computed as the sum of capitalized EVAs or as the sum of uncapitalized SVAs. As a result, SVA and EVA decompose the NFV in different ways. Two numerical examples show the application of the model proposed. The two notions are the result of a different cognitive approach. The existence of possible formal translations of the residual income concept induces to regard residual income as a mere conventional notion.
|Date of creation:||Jan 2001|
|Publication status:||Published in Budget 25.1(2001): pp. 63-71|
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- Magni, Carlo Alberto, 2000. "Systemic Value Added, Residual Income and Decomposition of a Cash Flow Stream," MPRA Paper 5900, University Library of Munich, Germany.
- Magni, Carlo Alberto, 2000. "Decomposition of a Certain Cash Flow Stream: Differential Systemic Value and Net Final Value," MPRA Paper 7308, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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