July 13th, 2010 by Sarah Laleman Ward
The acquisitions and cataloging folks at the Hunter Libraries have been busy ordering and processing new books for our collections. That means there are a whole bunch of brand-new titles now available for you.
The following books were ordered in the area of economics. Click on the book title to link directly to the CUNY+ record in order to get the call number.
For a complete list of new books in the areas of economics and accounting, click here.
First, some titles about women, gender and the workplace:
85% niche: the power of women of all colors – Latina, Black, Asian – Miriam Muléy
Corporate tribalism: white men/white women and cultural diversity at work – Thomas Kochman and Jean Mavrelis
The glass ceiling in the 21st century: understanding barriers to gender equality – edited by Manuela Barreto, Michelle K. Ryan, and Michael T. Schmitt
Tangled Routes: women, work and globalization on the tomato trail – Deborah Barndt
Tupperware unsealed: Brownie Wise, Earl Tupper and the home party pioneers – Bob Kealing
Women at the top: powerful leaders tell us how to combine work and family – Diane F. Halpern and Fanny M. Cheung
And naturally, we have a number of new titles about the financial crisis:
The battle for Wall Street: behind the lines in the struggle that pushed an industry into turmoil – Richard Goldberg
The great financial crisis: causes and consequences – John Bellamy Foster and Fred Magdoff
Lords of finance: the bankers who broke the world – Liaquat Ahamed
Plunder and blunder: the rise and fall of the bubble economy – Dean Baker ; foreword by Thomas Frank
The Wall Street primer: the players, deals and mechanics of the US securities market – Jason A. Pedersen