Harold Bierman, Jr. is the Nicholas H. Noyes Professor of Business Administration at the Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University. Seymour Smidt is Professor Emeritus at the Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University.
Harold Bierman's immediate neighbors in , are 26 individuals in 16 households.
Congratulations to Don Schnedeker on the recent publication of his book, co-authored with distinguished Cornellian Professor Harold Bierman, Insights for Managers from Confucius to Gandhi (Singapore; Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific Publishing, c2012). The publisher says, "This unique book brings together thoughts of great men and women, not found elsewhere as a complete set, that hold special interest for managers. The ideas contained within are universal and apply to all aspects of civilization; as such, they are relevant to both work and life. The book also provides prime examples of how influential thinkers use language to effectively convey their arguments and intentions — an arguably invaluable tool for modern managers. It serves as a source of indispensable advice for business professionals and the general public." The book is intended for students and teachers studying and teaching general business and management courses; business professionals and managers; and the general public. Don's book was just released in October; for more about the book see . Congratulations, Don!
HAROLD BIERMAN, JR. is the Nicholas H. Noyes Professor of Business Administration at the Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University. He is the author of several books, including The Great Myths of 1929 and the Lessons to Be Learned (Greenwood, 1991).
The causes of the 1929 stock market crash: a speculative orgy or a new era?
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