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2009, vol. 14, iss. 2, pp. 60-65
The EVA method: Contemporary concept of business performance measuring
University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Economy, Subotica

emailljiljanad@ef.uns.ac.rs
Keywords: measure; performance; EVA; RIEVA; MVA; business quality
Abstract
The Economic Value Added (EVA) method is one of the latest models for business performance measuring. It is based on economic value creating for investors interested to invest their capital in the company in terms of satisfactory share, that is above capital charge. A lot of other measurements of business quality have been generated from the EVA method: Market Value Added, Redefined Value Added, Relative Economic Value Added, etc. The aim of the paper is to indicate advantages of the EVA method in regard to the traditional methods of business quality measurements by representing characteristics of the EVA method.
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