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Product Description: Analyzing business models in today's financialized world requires an understanding of strategic management, finance and accounting which can be demanding. This book helps students and managers to think differently about a firm's value proposition in terms of value created and value captured for investors...read more

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9781138013179 | Routledge, October 22, 2016, cover price $160.00 | About this edition: Analyzing business models in today's financialized world requires an understanding of strategic management, finance and accounting which can be demanding.

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9781138013186 | Routledge, October 22, 2016, cover price $59.95 | About this edition: Analyzing business models in today's financialized world requires an understanding of strategic management, finance and accounting which can be demanding.

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Product Description: The world has moved on in the advanced economies where credit based financial systems coupled with malleable accounting systems disconnect capitalization and wealth accumulation from GDP trajectories and financial surplus. This, the book argues, is the product of economic, financial and cultural imperatives that privilege and encourage financial leverage for wealth accumulation...read more

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9780415674409 | Routledge, June 27, 2012, cover price $160.00 | About this edition: The world has moved on in the advanced economies where credit based financial systems coupled with malleable accounting systems disconnect capitalization and wealth accumulation from GDP trajectories and financial surplus.

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9780415679916 | Routledge, August 29, 2013, cover price $58.95 | About this edition: The world has moved on in the advanced economies where credit based financial systems coupled with malleable accounting systems disconnect capitalization and wealth accumulation from GDP trajectories and financial surplus.

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