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Self-Leadership: How to Become a More Successful, Efficient, and Effective Leader from the Inside Out

by Andrew Bryant & Ana Lucia Kazan

Lead yourself to success-and others are sure to follow

"For leaders looking for a plan of 'Why, What, and How' to become a better leader, the answer is between the covers of this book."

-Chester Elton, New York...


Lectures on Behavioral Macroeconomics

by Paul De Grauwe

In mainstream economics, and particularly in New Keynesian macroeconomics, the booms and busts that characterize capitalism arise because of large external shocks. The combination of these shocks and the slow...


The Econometrics of Financial Markets

by John Y. Campbell, Andrew W. Lo & A. Craig MacKinlay

The past twenty years have seen an extraordinary growth in the use of quantitative methods in financial markets. Finance professionals now routinely use sophisticated statistical techniques in portfolio management,...


The Chosen Few: How Education Shaped Jewish History, 70-1492

by Maristella Botticini & Zvi Eckstein

In 70 CE, the Jews were an agrarian and illiterate people living mostly in the Land of Israel and Mesopotamia. By 1492 the Jewish people had become a small group of literate urbanites specializing in crafts,...


The Political Economy of Nation Building: The World's Unfinished Business

by Mack Ott

Donor nations may advise and counsel, but the creation of a liberal nation state falls to its own people. They must create laws, exercise their liberties, provide freedom of belief and expression, and protect...


The Age of Distraction: Reading, Writing, and Politics in a High-Speed Networked Economy

by Robert Hassan

“[O]ne of the best books available on current issues in social time.”
—Mark Aultman, KronoScope
Robert Hassan offers a perspective permeated by a sense of history, beginning with the invention...


Aquanomics: Water Markets and the Environment

by B. Delworth Gardner & Randy T. Simmons

Aquanomics discusses some of the instruments and policies that may be implemented to postpone, or even avoid, the onset of "water crises." These policies include establishing secure and transferable...


Technology Cycles and U.S. Economic Policy in the Early 21st Century

by Nathan Edmonson

The over arching theme of this volume is the cyclical nature of technological change, its impact on economic growth and the limits of government intervention. Technology revolutions induce capital investment,...


A Handbook on Transformational Teamwork: Putting the Work in Teamwork to Work

by Ph.D., Larry Cole

Simply stated, the financial success of your company is dependent upon your people working together! With that being the case, one would think that every manager's mantra would be to help other people and departments...


Environmental Political Philosophy

by Olli Loukola & Wojciech W. Gasparski

The need for solutions to environmental problems is urgent. Expanded environmental research and knowledge, along with interest in environmental issues, has focused attention on the social, political, and practical...


Jewish Economies (Volume 1): Development and Migration in America and Beyond: The Economic Life of American Jewry

by Simon Kuznets, E. Glen Weyl & Stephanie H. Lo

Nobel Laureate Simon Kuznets, pioneered the quantitative study of the economic history of the Jews. These volumes bring to the public, for the first time, the most important work written on Jewish economic history...


Jewish Economies (Volume 2): Development and Migration in America and Beyond: Comparative Perspectives on Jewish Migration

by Simon Kuznets, E. Glen Weyl & Stephanie H. Lo

Nobel Laureate Simon Kuznets, famous as the founder of modern empirical economics, pioneered the quantitative study of the economic history of the Jews. These volumes bring to the public, for the first time,...


Bounded Bureaucracy and the Budgetary Process in the United States

by Jay Eungha Ryu

Bureaucracies have been criticized from various perspectives and blamed for a variety of failings. This book provides solid data on how bureaucracies can expedite information processing and reduce organizational...


Dot.Bomb Australia: How We Wrangled, Conned and Argie-Bargied Our Way Into the New Digital Universe

by Kate Askew

The inside story of the internet boom and bust, of the business deals which made headlines, and the colourful cast of characters behind them.


The LSTA's Complete Credit Agreement Guide

by Richard Wight, Warren Cooke & Richard Gray

Loans between institutions continue to be issued and traded, and corporate lending remains a booming practice. At the core of these activities is the credit agreement--a complicated document that often acts...


Speaking of India: Bridging the Communication Gap When Working with Indians

by Craig Storti

With more than a dozen years of experience working between India and the Western world, author Craig Storti understands how misunderstanding, misinterpretation, and missed deadlines can impede business success....


Creating Grade 'A' Business Relationships

by Dean WIlliams

Leaders and managers face numerous challenges and arguably the biggest is ‘the people challenge’: motivating, inspiring, nurturing and coaching the troupes. Relationships with individuals are therefore...


Does anything eat bankers?

by Andy Zaltzman

The global economy has fallen to pieces like a cheap jigsaw puzzle in an earthquake. Now it is time for the financial world to pick up the baton of change, hold it proudly above its head, and club some sense...


The Far Side of Eden: New Money, Old Land, and the Battle for Napa Valley

by James Conaway

In the tradition of his New York Times bestseller, Napa, James Conaway picks up the story he began a decade ago. The Far Side of Eden offers "a fascinating look at the political side of the wine revolution that...


The Solutions Focus: Making Coaching and Change SIMPLE

by Paul Z. Jackson & Mark McKergow

Authors Mark McKergow and Paul Jackson coach readers in the new methods of problem-solving. This revolutionary, practical alternative to traditional problem-solving processes will help readers identify what...