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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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This creates the need for having better and innovative methods for measuring the corporate performance and economic value added (EVA) can be considered as one such measure.
Relation of Information Content of Economic Value Added and Traditional Measures with Market Value Added".
Economic value added is one of the evaluating criteria's performances under risk and return.
The measure of economic value added (EVA) had negative values in the most of the entities analysed.
Dimitris Kyriazis and Christos Anastassis [2] studied the relative explanatory power of the Economic Value Added (EVA) model with respect to stock returns and firms' market values and compared them to established accounting variables in the context of a small European developing market namely the Athens Stock Exchange in its first market-wide application of the EVA measure.
variable, Dividend with the independent variables, Return on Equity, Liquidity ratio, and Economic Value Added.
Evaluating the information content of nominal and inflation-adjusted versions of the measure Economic Value Added (EVA), Meditari Accountancy Research, 16(2), 69-87.
The developers of economic value added concept defined the approximately 160 possible adjustments to determine value of capital in EVA category, ie.
Although the calculation of economic value added appears simple at first glance, in practice there is a whole range of issues.
Services make up almost half of the economic value added, but only one quarter of central taxes, due to the low tax receipts from the wholesale, retail an transport sectors.
Concepts of the Economic Value Added (EVA) and Balanced Scorecard (BSC) are used in more complex view and in an effort to help us to search for synergies and suggestions of efficient measurement and management system especially for the virtual enterprise and all its processes.
Even smaller companies in our readership are learning the importance of getting a better handle on numbers like cash-to-cash cycle time, supply chain cost as a percent of sales, number of perfect orders and economic value added.