by: Maureen O’Hara
Publisher: pW. W. Norton & CompanyBook Description
A leading financial economist attempts to counterbalance “the impression that modern finance is at best ‘ethically challenged’ or at worst fatally flawed,” a perception bolstered by the “constant barrage of financial scandals.”< ... more
by: Nick Lovegrove
Publisher: pPublicAffairsBook Description
Making the case for a mindful approach to career and life development.
Any guide to a successful life or career must take liberties in how success is defined. In this book on finding your own way forward, Lovegrove, the U.S. managing part ... more
by: Marc Levinson
Publisher: pBasic BooksBook Description
An economic historian challenges both politicians and economists in this account of why the post–World War II economic boom came to an end and what followed.
Former Economist finance and economics editor Levinson (The Great A& ... more
Publisher: pUniversity Of Chicago PressBook Description
An examination of the “new economics of college in America.”
In the mid-1960s, the federal government began investing huge sums of money in the educational system. As a result, more Americans from a greater variety of backgrounds had ... more
Publisher: pOxford University PressBook Description
A heady wrestling match with the Neo-Keynesians, so touchingly reliant on the Phillips Curve, in the effort to carve out a new view of macroeconomics.
Make no mistake about it: Farmer (How the Economy Works, 2010, etc.), distinguis ... more
by: Joe Dolce
Publisher: pHarper WaveBook Description
A journey through the “brave new—and yet at the same time, ancient—world” of weed.
The former editor of Details and Star magazines and founder and CEO of a media training company in New York, Dolce ends his author bi ... more
by: Edward Goldberg
Publisher: pSkyhorse PublishingBook Description
A global economics consultant debuts with an analysis of the failure of American foreign policy to adapt to the new realities of an interconnected world.
The days when leading nations could act solely as rivals are over, writes Goldberg ( ... more