Books Worth Reading

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The Person You Mean To Be - Dolly Chugh - book cover

The Person You Mean to Be: How Good People Fight Bias

Dolly Chugh, associate professor of management and organizations

A how-to book for good people who believe in diversity and inclusion and want help enacting positive change.

The New Global Roadmap - Pankaj Ghemawat - book cover

The New Global Road map: Enduring Strategies for Turbulent Times 

Pankaj Ghemawat, global professor of management and strategy

A thorough debunking of prevailing myths about globalization, with databased analysis of current and future trends and actionable frameworks and tools for strategic planning.

The Coddling of the American Mind - Jonathan Haidt - book cover

The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions are Setting up a Generation for Failure

Jonathan Haidt, Thomas Cooley Professor of Ethical Leadership, and Greg Lukianoff

A look at troubling trends on college campuses, including rising fragility and conflict, linking these trends to three bad ideas, overprotective parenting, and social media.

Strategic Communication at Work - Diane Lennard - book cover

Strategic Communication at Work: The Impact Paradigm

Diane Lennard, clinical professor of management communication

A practical approach to engaging in all types of communication—from one-on-one to a large group— to achieve intended results.

Data Visualization Made Simple - Kristen Sosulski - book cover

Data Visualization Made Simple: Insights into Becoming Visual

Kristen Sosulski, clinical associate professor of information, operations and management sciences

For creatives, data wonks, educators, entrepreneurs, and business leaders, a primer on becoming visual with data and making an impact.

Alexander Hamilton on Finance, Credit, & Debt - Richard Sylla - book cover

Alexander Hamilton on Finance, Credit & Debt

Richard Sylla, professor emeritus of economics and former Henry Kaufman Professor of the History of Financial Institutions and Markets, and David J. Cowen

A look at Hamilton’s key role in modernizing US financial systems, through a close examination of his writings and his actions, including his handling of the 1792 financial crisis.

The Antitrust Revolution - Lawrence J. White - book cover

The Antitrust Revolution, Seventh Edition

Lawrence J. White, Robert Kavesh Professor of Economics, and John E. Kwoka

An examination of the growing role of economics in the antitrust process in the US, consisting of 22 case studies of the most significant recent cases.