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Interactions Between Corporate Strategy and Financial Strategy: Some Propositions for Practicing Managers


  • Korwar Ashok


This paper discusses the implications of corporate strategy choices for financial strategies of the firm, and the implications of finance theory for strategic decision-making of the firm. Some propositions of potential practical use to managers are advanced here. One set of propositions relates to the kinds of financial strategies implied by a given corporate strategy, another set relates to the implications of finance theory for strategic planning and decision-making, and the third set relates to the potential use of financial policies in implementing specific corporate strategies.

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  • Korwar Ashok, 1993. "Interactions Between Corporate Strategy and Financial Strategy: Some Propositions for Practicing Managers," IIMA Working Papers WP1993-11-01_01229, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, Research and Publication Department.
  • Handle: RePEc:iim:iimawp:wp01229

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