Business and Economics
G. Keat, AM'52, PhD'59,
and Philip K. Y. Young, Managerial Economics: Economic Tools
for Today's Decision Makers, 3rd Edition (Prentice Hall).
This textbook includes new sections on mergers and doing business
with the government, as well as a chapter showing how the subjects
covered apply to specific-industry analysis.
and Christopher Laszlo, Large Scale Organizational Change:
An Executive Guide (Butterworth-Heinemann). Laugel provides
the principles by which large-scale companies reinvent themselves
on an ongoing basis, allowing them to learn, adapt, and innovate
faster than competitors. These action principles are based on
firsthand experience with Fortune 500 companies.
F. Reilly and Robert
P. Schweihs, MBA'81, editors, Handbook of Advanced
Business Valuation (McGraw-Hill). Experts from the fields
of accounting, business valuation, economic analysis, and law
discuss topics such as fairness opinions, blockage discounts,
lack of marketability discounts, and valuations of emerging growth
Global Digital Business.com: Creating Stealth Global Business
Advantages through E-business for the 2020 Digital Economy
(Tim R. Wroblewski). This guide to integrating e-business and
information technology points executives to strategies for future
growth in a global digital economy.