Publisher: Wiley, 2000, 644 pages
Sound strategic management is dependent on a set of business principles that apply to all sectors of the economy. Besanko, Dranove, and Shanley's highly acclaimed Economics of Strategy,, gives you grounding in those fundamental strategic concepts that will serve you throughout your career, in any economic circumstance.
This book focuses on the economic principles that form the building blocks of strategy and details the tools you'll need to perform comprehensive analysis of a firm's economic strategy.
The first book I found that really joins strategy with finance. Interesting, but hard to digest.