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  1. Featured Book: Managerial Economics, 2nd Edition

    This second edition of a successful textbook builds on the solid grounding of the previous edition and its introduction of the key pillars of game theory into managerial decision-making. Taking an international perspective, the book reflects cutting edge developments in economics such as behavioral economics and auction theory and shows how these can be applied in the workplace.
     

  2. Featured Book: Women in Business

    This book uniquely combines gender theory, case studies, and the legal challenges surrounding the mechanisms of gender discrimination at work.

  3. Now Available! New Directions in American Political Parties

    New Directions in American Political Parties the first published book in our New Directions in American Politics series. This series presents carefully edited volumes covering key areas of study in the field of American politics and government. Each title provides a state-of-the-art overview of current trends in the field, with an eye toward cutting edge research made accessible for advanced undergraduate students.

  4. Atmosphere, Weather and Climate 9/E, Book of the Month, June 2010

    The ninth edition of Atmosphere, Weather and Climate, edited by Roger G. Barry, University of Colorado, Boulder, and Richard J. Chorley provides a comprehensive introduction to weather processes and climatic conditions around the world.

  5. Neo-Bohemia, Book of the Month, June 2010

    The second edition of Neo-Bohemia: Art and Commerce in the Postindustrial City by Richard Lloyd, Vanderbilt University, is now available! This eloquently-written ethnography examines bohemian culture within the broader context of its historical and economic implications.

  6. Featured Book: Good Business

    This illuminating and practical collection of essays addresses the increasingly important topics of corporate ethics, social responsibility, and sustainability in the context of effective global business strategies.

  7. Featured Title: Women’s Movements in Asia

    “Experts in analyzing gender issues offer this unique comparative analysis of the evolution of ‘national essence feminism’ in the context of global feminism. To find out how the women’s movement in twelve Asian nations have fought for bodily autonomy, participation in politics and religion, new definitions of womanhood, changed family relations and much more – this book is the best (indeed the only) one to read.” -- Chilla Bulbeck Professor emerita and visiting research fellow, The University of Adelaide, Australia

  8. Criminological Perspectives on Race and Crime 2/E, Book of the Month, May 2010

    Criminological Perspectives on Race and Crime, Second Edition, is the newest title by acclaimed criminologist Shaun L. Gabbidon, Pennsylvania State University. A new addition to Routledge's Criminology and Justice series, the book will work perfectly in courses dealing with criminal justice, crime theory, and race and crime.

  9. Ethnography in Social Science Practice, Book of the Month, May 2010

    Ethnography in Social Science Practice, edited by Julie Scott-Jones, Manchester Metropolitan University and Sal Watt, Liverpool Hope University is a new multidisciplinary text for the Social Sciences. Featuring a range of contemporary and accessible case studies, the book is suitable for both beginners to the subject or those who wish to develop their ethnographic skills further.

  10. Urban Studies Top 5 Bestselling Books

    Browse our bestselling titles in Urban Studies for 2010!

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