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Affluenza: The All-Consuming Epidemic
by John De Graaf, et al
(Hardcover -- June 9, )

Communicating Globally: An Integrated Marketing Approach
by Don E. Schultz, Philip J. Kitchen
(Hardcover -- April 15, )

Blunders in International Business
by David A. Ricks
(Paperback -- January )

Building an Import/Export Business, 2nd Edition
by Kenneth D. Weiss
(Paperback -- August 5, )

The China Dream: The Quest for the Last Great Untapped Market on Earth
by Joe Studwell
(Hardcover -- March )

A Basic Guide To Importing
by U.S. Customs Service Department of the Treasury (Compiler)
(Paperback -- March )
The Wealth and Poverty of Nations: Why Some Are So Rich and Some So Poor
by David S. Landes
(Paperback -- May 1, )

Import/Export: How to Get Started in International Trade
by Carl A. Nelson
(Paperback -- August 4, )

The Lexus and the Olive Tree: Understanding Globalization
by Thomas L. Friedman
Listed under Globalization

Globalization and Its Discontents
by Joseph E. Stiglitz
Listed under Globalization

The Chastening: Inside the Crisis that Rocked the Global Financial System and Humbled the IMF
by Paul Blustein

An author who tries to write an engaging book about the International Monetary Fund faces a daunting task. Who besides devoted readers of The Financial Times would want to read it? With The Chastening, however, Paul Blustein offers a remarkably accessible account of this off-putting institution and its importance to the world economy. "The IMF cultivates its mystique, seeking to appear all-knowing, scientific, and detached. To outsiders, it often comes across as a high priesthood with pretensions of divine powers and insight," he writes. Blustein tears down this façade as he recounts some of the epic struggles of recent years: "As markets were sinking and defaults looming, the guardians of global financial stability were often scrambling, floundering, improvising, and striking messy compromises." Through dozens of interviews with IMF insiders, Blustein reveals how the institution really works--and how it often doesn't. There are fast-paced stories of success and failure on these pages, as Blustein describes efforts to bail out faltering economies in Korea, Russia, and elsewhere. Best of all, readers don't need economics degrees to keep pace: anybody who simply wants a primer on global financial systems will be well served by Blustein. --John Miller -
Hardcover: 448 pages
Public Affairs; ISBN: 1891620819; 1 Ed edition (October 9, )

The Mystery of Capital: Why Capitalism Triumphs in the West and Fails Everywhere Else
by Hernando De Soto
(Hardcover -- September 5, )

Kiss, Bow, or Shake Hands: How to Do Business in 60 Countries
by Terri Morrison, et al
(Paperback -- April )

Against the Dead Hand: The Uncertain Struggle for Global Capitalism
by Brink Lindsey
Listed under Globalization

The Commanding Heights: the Battle for the World Economy
by Daniel Yergin, Joseph Stanislaw
Listed under Globalization

No Logo: No Space No Choice No Jobs
by Naomi Klein
(Paperback -- April )

When Cultures Collide
by Richard D. Lewis
(Paperback -- February )

Free Trade Under Fire
by Douglas A. Irwin
(Hardcover -- April )

Irrational Exuberance
by Robert J. Shiller
(Paperback -- April 10, )

International Dimensions of Marketing
by Vern Terpstra, Lloyd C. Russow
(Paperback -- June 25, )

Making Sense of Strategy
by Tony Manning, Anthony D. Manning
(Hardcover -- April )

Politics and Society in Contemporary Africa
by Naomi Chazan, et al
(Hardcover -- October )

Global Marketing (2nd Edition)
by Warren J. Keegan, Mark C. Green
(Paperback -- July 28, )

Trading in the Global Currency Markets
by Cornelius Luca
(Hardcover -- July 4, )

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