MVA

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MVAMotor Vehicle Accident
MVAMotor Vehicle Administration
MVAMicrosoft Virtual Academy
MVAMachine Vision Applications (workshop)
MVAMerverdiavgift (Norwegian VAT equivalent)
MVAMarket Value Adjustment (finance & investments)
MVAMulti-domain Vertical Alignment (LCD display technology)
MVAMarket Value Added
MVAModified Vaccinia-Virus Ankara
MVAMulti Variate Analysis
MVAMulti Domain Vertical Alignment
MVAManual Vacuum Aspiration
MVAMontana Vintage Arms (scope mounts)
MVAMuotovalio (Finnish, show gerbil champion)
MVAMedicon Valley Alliance (Danish-Swedish cluster)
MVAManagement of Violence and Aggression
MVAMotor Vehicle Agency (various locations)
MVAMusic Video Award (various locations)
MVAMegavolt Ampere
MVAMean Value Analysis
MVAMaster Virtual Assistant
MVAMinimum Vectoring Altitude
MVAMarket Value Appraiser
MVAMarket Value Assessment
MVAMassachusetts Vocational Association
MVAMaster of Visual Arts
MVAMulti-Variate Analysis
MVAMercury Vapor Analyzer (various companies)
MVAMonsters Versus Aliens (film)
MVAMeasurement, Verification and Accounting
MVAManufacturing Variance Analysis
MVAMidlothian Voluntary Action (Scotland, UK)
MVAMillion Volt-Amperes
MVAModern Volunteer Army
MVAMultivendor Architecture (software)
MVAMarginal Value Analysis
MVAMultipoint Visualization Achieved
MVAManufacturing Value Add
MVAMilitary Vacancy Announcement (US Air National Guard)
MVAMichigan Vipassana Association (Troy, Michigan)
MVAMotocross vs ATV Unleashed (game)
MVAMode Valve Actuator
MVAMountain View Association (New Milford, CT)
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Furthermore, other research supports the use of the IIRC-PBR model by proving that the five nonfinancial capitals defined by the IIRC are related to market value added.
Market Value Added (MVA) = Market value of company--Capital employed (1)
Earning per shares, Market value added, Net income, Relative and incremental information content, Stock return.
The Corporate Report published by the American Economic Review in the year 1975, has described three concepts of measuring value added in an organization, namely, Economic Value Added (EVE), Accounting Value Added (AVA), and Market Value Added (MVA).
94% Panel B: Market Value Added Total value of firm operations $2,301 $2,810 Book value operating invested capital in place $1,987 $2,263 as of October 31 Market value added as of October 31 $314 $547
The ranking of companies was based on their standing in financial markets and their internal performance as measured by market value added (MVA) and return on invested capital (ROIC).
The difference between the total market value of equity plus debt and total capital is market value added (MVA).
The CEO ranking defines wealth creation in terms of a measure called MVA, for market value added.
An alternative method of measuring firm performance has been developed by Stewart (1991) - Market Value Added (MVA).
Researchers from the William Rosenberg International Center of Franchising at the University of New Hampshire Whittemore School of Business and Economics used two metrics to evaluate companies: Economic Value Added (EVA), a valuebased performance tool used to compute the true economic profit of a firm, as opposed to its accounting profit (such as net income); and Market Value Added (MVA), which measures the market value that a firm has created.
The metric used to measure long-term financial performance was Market Value Added (MVA).
to measure the Market Value Added (see table) of each candidate, and, most important, the change or "delta" in the MVA created since becoming CEO.