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Combines servant-leadership and feminism into a new understanding of leadership.
Explores the duality between humans and Earth through a focus on the economic system changes that began with grain agriculture and has now reached its apogee in global capitalism.
Demostrates that a true liberal capitalism still has the capacity to enable personal well-being while dealing with new challenges such as pandemics, climate change, and automation.
Offers a vision for innovation in higher education focused on societal progress and human development, as well as for higher education's role within a broader culture of innovation.
Traces the six-decade struggle for power within the Federal Reserve System from the perspective of the central bankers who shaped the Fed.
A behind-the-scenes look at diplomacy and international relations in post-communist Eastern Europe.
Draws on philosophy, economics, theology, and psychoanalytic theory to reveal a fundamental dynamic of capitalism.
Traces how alternative food movements are affected by global and local trends, with a focus on how organic agriculture was integrated in Israel.
Analyzes contemporary capitalism through the products of culture and art for fresh insight into emancipatory possibilities concealed within capitalism’s darkest dynamics.
Engaging look at Lower East Side writers and artists in the wake of the 1975 New York fiscal crisis.
Analyzes six films as allegories of capitalism’s precarious state in the early twenty-first century.
Examines the many issues raised by TIF, the most widely used tool of local economic and community development.
Explores the current and future trajectories of the paradigm of postsocialism.
Examines how NATO has adapted and endured after the end of the Cold War, transforming itself to deal with a host of new security challenges.
How a small family company in the Finger Lakes became one of the most important wine producers in the United States, only to be taken down by corporate greed and mismanagement.
An analysis of theological and philosophical understandings of debt and its role in contemporary capitalism.
An overview and analysis of austerity policies and labor movement resistance in several countries.
Responds to the demanding political and ethical challenges faced by the international disaster management community.
Traces the historical development of slave labor and plantation agriculture in nineteenth-century Martinique.
Explores the hundred-year history of Piel Bros. , one of the prominent German American brands that once made New York City the brewing capital of America.
Explores the social disruption resulting from industrialization in a Chinese coalmining community at the turn of the twentieth century.
A critical examination of the impact of BRAC, the world's largest NGO, on the status of women in Southern Bangladeshi cultural life.
Documents the rise and fall of a market economy in China from 1000-1500.
Explores how individuals and groups adapt to the challenges of globalization.
Illuminates how local board systems operate and the motivations and experiences of their members.
Demonstrates how the success of universities depends on the working conditions of the younger academic generation.
Addresses the power of oligopolistic corporations in contemporary society.
Examines how public officials in the US, China, Japan, and Indonesia have interacted with communities affected by natural disasters.
Some of the world’s foremost thought leaders consider the role of leadership, love, and power in the midst of political and social upheaval.
Updated with a timely literature review and new case studies from sports, international politics, and third party image repair.
Newly updated comparative study of economic development policy, and its relationship with local power structures and cultural and social relations, in two Maryland towns.
The life and times of an instrumental figure in New York City’s recovery from the fiscal and social crises of the 1970s and 1980s, and in the general revitalization of the city over two generations.
A groundbreaking book that brings the insights of Integral Theory to business and organizational development.
A comprehensive look at the economic relations among states, and how they might be better optimized.
A fascinating look at Chinese perceptions of the United States and the cultural and political background that informs them.
Holistic, comparative analysis of multiple budget systems and contexts.
Analysis on a dual insurance regulation system and its effectiveness relevant to the current system of regulation.
Uses the interdisciplinary approach of evolutionary economics to explore the history of land domestication in the United States.
Essays assessing the impact of globalization on law and court systems across the world.
An astute assessment of democratic principles and decision-making structures in the global business world.
Studies the Federal Home Loan Bank System, how it has changed over time and why
New edition of Aihwa Ong’s classic ethnographic study of Malay women factory workers.
First book on gender and academic service.
Examines the recent “War on Terror” and the increasing privatization of international policing through the lens of detective fiction and security and espionage narratives.
Explores how the entry of migrant workers into Israel raises questions beyond just those of the labor market.
Traces the history of two rival American economic moralities from colonial times to the present.
A new and original way of looking at the challenge presented by environmental issues.
Uses Brazil as a case study of how governments implement environmental policies despite urgent needs for economic development.
Argues for greater congressional oversight of state taxation of interstate commerce.
How faculty and administrators at research universities can create a shared sense of values.
Examines, from four organizational perspectives, Virginia’s Manassas Park City School’s ten-year turnaround.
Uncovers important similarities in the political features of developing countries in Africa, Asia,and Latin America.
How federal management reforms have impacted the implementation of the Freedom of Information Act.
Examines the possibilities of global governance in the wake of the challenges of globalization.
Challenges the limitations of modern public administration theories.
Fashions a new way of defending the importance of economic regulation.
Grapples with a variety of policy issues in order to provoke a discussion of the state of higher education in the 21st century.
Assesses recent civil service reforms undertaken by state governments.
Argues that institutional context drives economic globalization in the United States and Britain.
Measures the relationship between market competition and the treatment of women, minorities, and the disabled in the workplace.
Argues that recent initiatives by industrial management were directed more toward short-term gains than improving efficiency.
Shows how dominant commercial media practices secure a hold among and affect diverse national cultures.
Highlights successful communication practices at Dell, General Electric, Microsoft, and Monsanto.
Examines the nature of international economic leadership since the seventeenth century.
Looks at alternatives to international financial institutions such as the IMF and World Bank.
Explores how economics can help solve environmental problems.
The impact of internet technologies on international politics.
A multi-level insider's look at the changes transforming contemporary Iran.
Scholars and practitioners explore American government performance management offering diverse views.
Essays on how organizations effectively communicate strategy to optimize performance.
In-depth case study of Costa Rican economic reform efforts.
Places contemporary minimum wage debates in historical context, stressing the importance of political as opposed to economic variables.
Explores the university’s altering landscape, the conflicts over its core values and legitimacy, and the challenge for the university to negotiate the new landscape and to redefine itself within a larger educational context.
Describes how private-sector management strategies can help governments obtain greater access to global resources, create more jobs, and provide better social services to their citizens.
Defines, analyzes, critiques, and proposes new policy solutions for achieving sustainable development.
Identifies eight new competencies that will be required by twenty-first century leaders, and profiles twelve up-and-coming leaders who exemplify them.
New perspectives on the bond between religion and economics.
Provides students, executives, and managers with vital resources to lead their organizations to higher levels of performance.
Explains and critiques current theories of political development.
Analyses the effectiveness of economic sanctions as instruments of statecraft.
Examines how developing countries have restructured their telecommunications in order to "leapfrog" or accelerate development.
Explores in detail the degree to which private sector firms are beginning to replace governments in "governing" some areas of international relations.
Presents a social history of gender stratification at the University of California at Berkeley through a combination of organizational theory and biography.
How do individuals tell their success stories when they want to secure recognition, but avoid appearing arrogant? By examining success stories of Nobel Prize winners, athletes, and Mary Kay Cosmetics consultants, this work analyzes this fundamental type of interpersonal communication.
Explores the differential effects of recession on public and private sector organizations in America, Europe, and Asia.
Addresses the issues involved in the globalization of services and the resulting changing role of government.
An analysis of Chinese economic and political behaviors from a cultural perspective. Discusses the importance of understanding how the Chinese do business among themselves and with others.
Focuses on the constructive nature of conflict and stresses conflict management as opposed to conflict resolution. Presents a comprehensive view of organizational conflict.
This book shows how organizational frame-breaking changes can be used in order for an organization to learn from its own experience and continually improve.
Develops a critique of utopianism through a comparison of the works of Karl Marx and F. A. Hayek, challenging conventional views of both Marxian and Hayekian thought.
Examines the struggle of the unions and communities to save jobs in plant-closing situations in the 1980s, and shows why some labor-community coalitions were more successful than others.
This book provides a new understanding of the role communication plays in integrating, controlling, and coordinating high performance organizations.
Examines whether NAFTA will produce increased or decreased wages in the regional trading blocs emerging in Europe, North America, and East Asia as a result of its uniting of high and low wage areas and identifies the winners and losers in various labor markets.
A historical, sociological, and economic analysis of urban worker cooperatives in contemporary Israel.
This book is a practical and theoretical discussion of how to effectively communicate organizational change to management, employees, stockholders, and customers.
This is an oral and local history of the coal mining town of Donetsk in the Ukraine. The workers describe their changing political and economic goals and their reaction to Western culture, the rising tides of nationalism and religion.
An anthology of original essays on the history of work experience in automobile factories, from 1913 to the present.
This book tells the story of the rise and decline of the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE) from 1933 to 1990. Once the third-largest industrial union in the United States, ...
This is the first book to discuss teamwork and the recent phenomena of high-speed management. It addresses the intersection of these two areas of research and organizational practice.
John Mitchell was a contradictory figure, representing the best and worst labor leadership had to offer at the turn of the century. Articulate, intelligent, and a skillful negotiator, Mitchell made effective ...