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Sustaining Competitive Advantage 7. I had to get the book for the class. He is clearly a free-market fundamentalist, and his condescending attitude toward any other different or more nuanced point of view is clear on nearly every page. Try these on for size: Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. My purchase of this book was simple and the condition of the book and the shipment of it were just as promised.
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Managerial Economics: Markets and the Firm
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