Dealmaking: Using Real Options and Monte Carlo Analysis (Wiley Finance) (英語) ハードカバー – 2003/3/14
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Applying practical tools to the volatile process of negotiating
Prognosticators apply Monte Carlo Analysis (MCA) to determine the likelihood and significance of a complete range of future outcomes; Real Options Analysis (ROA) can then be employed to develop pricing structures, or options, for such outcomes. Richard Razgaitis' Dealmaking shows readers how to apply these powerful valuation tools to a variety of business processes, such as pricing, negotiating, or living with a "deal," be it a technology license, and R&D partnership, or an outright sales agreement. Dealmaking distinguishes itself from other negotiating guides not only by treating negotiations as an increasingly common situation, but also by presenting a tool-based approach that creates flexible, practical valuation models. This forward-thinking guide includes a variety of checklists, case studies, and a CD-ROM with the appropriate software.
Richard Razgaitis (Bloomsbury, NJ) is a Managing Director at InteCap, Inc. He has over twenty-five years of experience working with the development, commercialization, and strategic management of technology, seventeen of which have been spent in the commercialization of intellectual property.
RICHARD RAZGAITIS is a managing director at InteCap, Inc. A recognized leader in the field of licensing and valuation, he has over twenty-five years of experience working with the development, commercialization, and strategic management of technology, seventeen of which have involved the commercialization of intellectual property.
Richard Razgaitis combines Real Option Analysis and Monte Carlo Analysis to provide practical tools and procedures. Used properly, these models will provide data that will assure quick, predictable and reasonable outcomes.
I recommend books by Johnathan Mun, Robert Hull, Richard Brealey, and the CBOT.