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Financial Markets and Corporate Strategy
The goal of the Second Edition is to make the book ever more practical, pedagogically effective, and current. This ultimately led to a new chapter anr the text, Chapter 9, which is currently available in the “Sample Chapter” section of the book’s website. The book is used in a variety of courses, both for introductory courses and advanced electives. Be the first to ask a question about Financial Markets and Corporate Strategy. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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