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EVA

Abbrev. for extravehicular activity. Operations, including repair and maintenance, undertaken by an astronaut or cosmonaut outside a spacecraft. EVA was first achieved in 1965 by the Russians. See Gemini project; Voskhod.

Eva

to marry winner of singing contest. [Ger. Opera: Wagner, Meistersinger, Westerman, 225–228]
See: Prize

Eva

(1)
A toy ALGOL-like language used in "Formal Specification of Programming Languages: A Panoramic Primer", F.G. Pagan, P-H 1981.

Eva

(2)
Explicit Vector Language.
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Therefore, this study aims to examine the relationship between the cash conversion cycle and economic value added in Tehran Stock Exchange.
Since the 1990s, strong arguments have been raised in favour of economic value added (EVA) as an accounting measure, mainly by the Stern Stewart Consulting Company and Associates (Stewart 1991, Stern 1993).
In recent years, Economic Value Added has been touted by the popular press as the financial savior of the corporate world.
Economic value added is an index of evaluating the performance which calculates the ways leading to increase or remove the values of the firms correctly.
I have been approached many times by people who have said: "We have this project that we think will raise the net present value of projected cash flows, but it's been rejected because it has an adverse effect on earnings per share, return on assets or economic value added.
Identifying metrics for valuing business capabilities draws on a wide assortment of management fundamentals including knowledge of Economic Value Added, activity-based costing, time-based costing and the balanced scorecard.
NYSE:TDW) announced today that it has adopted the Economic Value Added (EVA) management and incentive system.
Vancouver Energy will have a major, positive economic impact on Vancouver and the region through the creation of an average of more than 1,000 jobs annually and billions of dollars in economic value added for the city, region and state of Washington," said Jared Larrabee, Vancouver Energy general manager.
Additionally, economic benefits of the project's investments will gain from a net raise in the economic value added, which will come out as a result of existing activities being undertaken at a higher productivity level.
economic value added, cash value added, market value added and refined economic value added are not zero (0) and significance of all coefficients in the model was confirmed.
the economic value added (EVA) consulting firm, found that outsourcing can boost effectiveness by eliminating distractions, allowing management to focus on critical strategic issues.
This simple idea turns out to not be so simple to implement and has spawned a cottage industry in shareholder value analysis techniques such as shareholder value added (SVA), cashflow return on investment (CFROI), ValueBuilder, and economic value added (EVA).