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MVA

Abbreviation for motor vehicle accident.
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MVA

Abbreviation for:
malignant ventricular arrhythmia
mechanical ventricular assistance
mevalonic acid
microvillous atrophy
minimum visual angle (see there)
mitral vavle annuloplasty
mitral valve area
motor vehicular/vehicle accident (see there)
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MVA

Motor vehicular/vehicle accident, see there.
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MVA

An attenuated form of vaccinia virus that does not replicate itself efficiently. It has been used as an antigen carrier and as an adjuvant in the development of vaccines against both infectious illnesses and cancers.
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The change in Market Value Added (AMVA) represents the dependent variable in this study and is calculated as the difference between the MVA at the end and beginning of the period.
A high value of [ER.sup.2] at 57 per cent reveals that EVA adds substantially in explaining market value added of companies.
there is one measure, Market Value Added (MVA), that captures all the dynamics of corporate performance."
To analyse the Shareholder Value Added Economic Value Added and Market Value Added of select manufacturing companies included in BSE 100 Index.
These components are expected to have a positive impact on market value added. Table 3 shows the results of three models-showing the firm effect (Model 1), time effect (Model 1I), and both firm as well as time effect (Model 111).
This research was started with a motive to establish the relationship between market value added and shareholder value added.
"An Empirical Analysis of Economic Value Added as a Proxy for Market Value Added" Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 9, 1997, 41-49.
(A related measure, Market Value Added, or MVA, is often defined as the present value of future EPs.) Unlike accounting profits, all of these Firm Value Increase Measures (FVIMs) or Value Added Measures (VAMs) reflect the additional costs of both debt and equity capital used in operating the business:
This year's standardized Market Value Added (MVA) ranking separates the winners from the wannabes.
This article demonstrates the use of multiple regression analysis to estimate the market value added by the existence of mature trees in a residential real estate market.
First of all, we argue for the use of a relatively new measure of success for entrepreneurial firms called Market Value Added. We suggest that this measure is superior to other measures of new venture performance because it focuses on the wealth created by the firm.
The numerator is derived using Economic Value Added (EVA), Market Value Added (MVA), or any other appropriate measure of value creation, actual or prospective.