Cases Empirical Chemicals (A) and (B) consider the capital investment decisions of managers of large chemical companies are made in January 1992. Case A is a go / no-go project analysis on improvements to a polypropylene production plant. The B case examines the same project, but from a higher level, where the executive is a either / or investment decision between two mutually exclusive projects. The goal of the two cases is to expose students to a wide range of cap … Read more »

Cases Empirical Chemicals (A) and (B) consider the capital investment decisions of managers of large chemical companies are made in January 1992. Case A is a go / no-go project analysis on improvements to a polypropylene production plant. The B case examines the same project, but from a higher level, where the executive is a either / or investment decision between two mutually exclusive projects. The goal of the two cases is to expose students to a broad range of capital budgeting issues.
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Robert F. Bruner
Source: Darden School of Business
9 sides.
Publication Date: Feb 10, 1993. Prod #: UV0713-PDF-ENG
Empirical Chemicals, Ltd. A: The Merseyside Project HBR case solution