Investment Project Analysis


Course Contents

  • The New policy of the European Union for the growth, employment and competitiveness of businesses, as shaped by the adoption of the White Paper.
  • Community programs to improve the financial environment of businesses.
  • Business financing mechanisms in the context of structural policy.
  • The financial policy of the European Investment Fund.
  • Business financing through the European Investment Bank.
  • Basic principles of collective investment management and Stock Valuation and Analysis techniques with a parallel presentation of Stock Portfolio Management Techniques.
  • Work of Managing a Portfolio consisting of Shares, in real time and conditions.

Educational Goals

The objectives of this lesson are:

  • To present the way in which a start-up or an existing business can be developed through investment studies, development laws, and other financial instruments that constitute internal and external funding through community programs and initiatives.
  • To describe the investment study both at a theoretical level, analyzing the importance and role of its feasibility, as well as in practice and specifically demonstrating all the points that it must include, namely the place, the time, the products, the sales, the project financing etc.
  • To present the Principles of Management science, its content and theoretical framework.
  • To develop the ability of administrative thinking and synthesis of management principles.
  • To examine the action of businesses to achieve goals through the contribution of each corporate function and also the coordination of corporate functions.

Upon completion of the course, students should have achieved the following learning outcomes:

  • Learning the concept of calculating risk-weighted returns
  • Learning the basic principles and evaluation of Collective Investment Forms.
  • Understanding the process of managing a portfolio of stocks, in real time and conditions.
  • Understanding the concepts of Modern Portfolio Management and Risk Diversification.
  • Learning the techniques and methods of comparative and absolute evaluation of stocks and their selection within the portfolio.
  • Understanding and learning how an economic and technical study describes with qualitative and quantitative data the beginning, execution, end and operation of a business plan.
  • Understanding how the European Union promotes specific financing strategies that complement and multiply the results of the national strategy for improving the financial environment of businesses.

General Skills

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Teaching Methods

  • Face to face.

Use of ICT means

  • Online guidance.
  • Slides Projection in the classroom.
  • Use of E-mail and onlne communication systems.
  • Use of e-learning system (moodle).

Teaching Organization

ActivitySemester workload

Students Evaluation

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Recommended Bibliography


  1. Νικολαίδης, Μ. «Εγχειρίδιο Εκπόνησης Οικονομοτεχνικών Μελετών» , εκδόσεις Δίσιγμα ΙΚΕ, 2016, Αθήνα.
  2. Bodie, Kane, Marcus « ΕΠΕΝΔΥΣΕΙΣ»  , 2015,Εκδόσεις UTOPIA, Αθήνα.
  3. Καρβούνης, Σ. , Γεωργακέλλος, Δ. «Οικονομοτεχνικές Μελέτες», εκδόσεις Σταμούλη Α.Ε., Αθήνα 2010.


  1. Bodie, Z., Kane, A., and  Marcus, A. «Investments 10th Edition, Mac Graw Hill, 2013.
  2. Παπούλιας, Γ. «Επενδύσεις. Διοίκηση και Ανάλυση», Σύγχρονη Εκδοτική , Αθήνα, 2006.
  3. Lock Denis (2014). The Essentials of Project Management. Fourth Edition: Rouledge.
  4. Lawrie Alan (2014). Business and Strategic Planning: Directory of Social Change.
  5. Cunningham Scott, Hermans Leon (2018). Actor and Strategy Models: Practical Applications and Step‐wise Approaches:  John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Related Research Journals

  1. Project Management Journal, Wiley.
  2. World Development, Elsevier.
  3. Journal of Business, Elsevier.
  4. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Elsevier.
  5. Investment Science, Oxford University Press.