Interdependence of Economic Value Added, Net Present Value and Market Value of a Company


  • Милорад Иванишевић Faculty of Economics in Belgrade



economic value added (EVA), market value added (MVA), net present value (NPV), weighted average cost of capital (WACC)


Economic value added as a method for company performance measurement for time periods of one year is firstly analyzed in the paper. After that we discuss market value added as a di?erence between company market value and value of invested capital. Then the interdependence between economic value added and market value added is explained. Finally, we point out that there is relationship between net present value as a method for investment rentability evaluation and company market value.


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How to Cite

Иванишевић, М. (2015). Interdependence of Economic Value Added, Net Present Value and Market Value of a Company. Acta Economica, 13(22), 53–62.



Preliminary Communication