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Thomas Salerno The Executive Guide to Corporate Bankruptcy

Thomas J. Salerno is co-chair of Squire, Sanders and Dempsey's  (http://www.ssd.com/) reorganization and restructuring practice and chair of the firmís international insolvency practice. He has been involved in restructurings in the UK, Germany, France, Switzerland and the Czech and Slovak Republics. In addition, he has lectured and assisted in revamping the insolvency laws of the Dominican Republic and Costa Rica, and he teaches comparative international insolvency at the University of Salzburg. Mr. Salerno was named as one of twelve Outstanding Bankruptcy Attorneys in 1998 and 2000 by Turnarounds & Workouts. He is a director of both the American Bankruptcy Institute, where he also serves on the executive committee, and the American Bankruptcy Board of Certification, Inc. He is a past chair of the Bankruptcy Section of the State Bar of Arizona and a fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy.  (read the full bio)

Stephen Salisbury Pierre S. Du Pont and the Making of the Modern Corporation

Stephen Salsbury was an Associate Professor of History at the University of Delaware when he co-authored this book.  He is also the author of The State, the Investor and the Railroad: The Boston and Albany 1825-1867.  He later became Chairman of the History Department at the University of Sidney, Australia.  He is now deceased.

Alberto B. Santos Comprehensive Emergency Mental Health Care (with Joseph J. Zealberg and Jackie Puckett)

Alberto B. Santos, M.D., is Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. He is co-editor of Innovative Approaches for Difficult to Treat Populations . Dr. Santos has directed the psychiatry residency training program of MUSC since 1982. His educational background includes an undergraduate major in psychology and a master's degree in experimental psychology. He completed medical school and psychiatry residency training at MUSC. He finished his fellowship at the NIMH Psychiatry Education Branch. He is a fellow of the American College of Psychiatrists and the American Psychiatric Association. He has published over one hundred journal articles and three books. 

Robert Satter Doing Justice: A Trial Judge at Work 

Robert Satter has served as a judge on the Connecticut Superior Court for thirty years. He still sits as a senior judge and teaches at the University of Connecticut law school. Before appointment to the bench, he was a prominent Hartford Lawyer, a member of the state House of Representatives, and general counsel to the Democratic party legislators. He received his B.A. from Rutgers University and his LL.B. from Columbia University.

Anthony Saunders Technology and the Regulation of Financial Markets, Securities, Futures, and Banking (with Lawrence J. White)

Anthony Saunders is the John M. Schiff Professor of Finance and Chair of the Department of Finance at the Stern School of Business at New York University, where he has taught both undergraduate and graduate courses since 1978. He holds positions on the Board of Academic Consultants of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors as well as the Council of Research Advisors for the Federal Mortgage Association. He is an editor and associate editor of numerous financial journals and the author of a major textbook. Dr. Saunders received his Ph.D. from the London School of Economics.

Arthur Meier Schlesinger

The Colonial Merchants and the American Revolution

Arthur Meier Schlesinger (1888-1965) was a foremost American historian. Born in  Xenia, Ohio, he became a professor of history at Harvard (1924-54) after teaching at Ohio State University and the State University of Iowa. In 1928 became an editor of the New England Quarterly. His well-known works in the field of colonial history include The Colonial Merchants and the American Revolution, 1763-1776 (1918) and Prelude to Independence: The Newspaper War on Britain, 1764-1776 (1958). He is also known for his interest in the interpretation of social history, as in The Rise of the City, 1878-1898 (1933) and Political and Social Growth of the American People, 1865-1940 (1941). His other books include New Viewpoints in American History (1922), essays on American historiography. With Dixon Ryan Fox he edited the "History of American Life series (13 vol., 1927-48), which remains a valuable examination of U.S. social and cultural life.
Rockwell Schulz  Management of Hospitals and Health Services: Strategic Issues and Performance (with Alston C. Johnson)

Rockwell Schulz is Professor Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin Medical School, where he founded and directed the programs in Health Services Administration. He received a Masters in Hospital Administration from the University of Minnesota and a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin. Before his academic career, he served as a hospital administrator and as Assistant and Associate Dean at Tulane University Medical School and the University of Texas Medical School.

Robert A. Schwartz Market Making and the Changing Structure of the Securities Industry  (with Yakov Amihud, Thomas S.Y. Ho)

Robert A. Schwartz is Marvin M. Speiser Professor of Finance and University Distinguished Professor at the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY. He received his MBA and Ph.D. from Columbia University. Among his numerous publications are The Microstructure of Security Markets: Theory and Implications and Impending Changes for Securities Markets: What Role for Exchanges?

Austin Wakeman Scott Fundamentals of Procedure in Actions at Law

Austin Wakeman Scott was Story Professor of Law at the Harvard Law School. 

Theodore Sedgwick A Treatise on the Measure of Damages: Or an Inquiry Into the Principles Which Govern the Amount of Pecuniary Compensation Awarded by Courts of Justice

Theodore Sedgwick, 1811-1859, a legal scholar born in Albany, New York. He practised law from 1934 to 1950, and served as United States District Attorney for the Southern District of New York, 1858-1859. He wrote a number of law books as well as writing extensively for the popular press.

Komlan Sedzro

Performance Evaluation of Hedge Funds (with Greg N. Gregoriou, and Fabrice Rouah)

Komlan Sedzro is a Professor of the Business Strategy Department at the University of Quebec in Montreal. He holds a Ph.D. in finance-insurance from the Laval University in 1992. He had taught at the University of Laval, the University of Quebec at Hull and the University of Ottawa. He joined the UQAM in 1998 where he currently directs Masters in Science in Applied Finance program and the DESS in Finance. He is also a associate director with FIN…CO and associate researcher and Chair in Bio-Industries Management with the UQAM. His interests  is in to corporate finance, financial decisions, financial markets, estimation and the modeling of the risks, performance evaluation, by-products, and the application of the models of real options to the decisions of investment. He is the author of various books and articles, as well as a frequent presenter at international conferences, including The Australasian Finances and Banking Association, The Institute for Operation Research and Management Science, the International Multi-objective Conference one Programming and Goal Programming, and the Multinational Finances Society.

Joel Edwin Segall The Corporate Merger (with William W. Alberts)

Joel Edwin Segall, a former president of Baruch College and an economist, also who presided over Baruch from 1977 to 1990, and held positions at the University of Chicago and the federal departments of Labor and the Treasury. Born in Bridgeport, Segall served in the Army Air Force during World War II and earned master's and doctorate degrees at the University of Chicago. For 20 years, he taught at the University of Chicago Graduate School and became director of its doctoral programs. In the early 1970s, Segall served as deputy assistant secretary for tax policy in the Treasury Department and deputy undersecretary for international affairs in the Department of Labor. He was a consultant to the Securities and Exchange Commission when New York's Board of Higher Education picked him to preside over Baruch. He died in October 2003.

William Seidman Full Faith and Credit: The Great S & L Debacle and Other Washington Sagas

L. William Seidman, former head of the FDIC in the Reagan and Bush Administrations, has been a chief commentator on CNBC since November 1991, and is publisher of Bank Director magazine. He is also on the speaking circuit, and is a consultant to the Nippon Credit Bank, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, Ernst & Young, and Freddie Mac, among others.

Molly Shapiro Fundamentals of HMOs

Molly Shapiro has been a nurse since 1984. She holds MBA, MS, and BS degrees from the University of Colorado. She received a Ph.D. in Education from Columbus University in Louisiana. Ms. Shapiro practices ER and ICU nursing at a community hospital and clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. She teaches graduate school at Winona State University, and has written a number of professional articles. She also manages a health care consulting business.

Myron R. Sharaf Dynamics of Institutional Change: The Hospital in Transition (with  Milton Greenblatt, M.D., and Evelyn M. Stone)

Myron R. Sharaf, Ph. D. was Associate Area Director of Boston State Hospital and Assistant Professor of Psychology at Tufts University School of Medicine.

Mort Sheinman Fashion, Retailing and a Bygone Era: Inside Women's Wear Daily - A Look Back†(with Isadore Barmash, Edward Gold, Marvin Klapper, Sandy Parker, Sidney Rutberg, and Stanley Siegelman)

Mort Sheinman was with Women's Wear Daily for about 40 years, arriving in May 1960 and retiring on January 3, 2000. With the exception of the period from October 1965 to February 1969, when he sold advertising space for the newspaper before recovering his sanity and returning to the newsroom, he was a reporter and editor. His First assignment was to cover the lingerie and store display markets. He later reported on the ready-to-wear and fabric industries. He became Managing Editor of Women's Wear Daily in 1971 and held that post until his retirement. In addition to his editing chores, he wrote numerous profiles for the paper on personalities as diverse as Alistair Cooke and Zero Mostel. He was also one of the original editors of W magazine and was Managing Editor for the first decade of its existence. At W, he contributed profiles and adventure travel articles, often accompanied by his own photographs. He has also taught journalism at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.

Alan Sheldon Managing Doctors

Dr. Alan Sheldon had been an independent health management consultant. He had consulted, taught and written extensively on many aspects of health management with a specialty in competitive strategy, strategic planning and physician-management relationships. He was trained as a physician and psychiatrist in England and in public health at Harvard University. He taught at Harvard University for over 20 years in the Schools of Medicine, Business and Public Health. He was formerly director of executive programs in health policy and management at Harvard. Dr. Sheldon is now retired and lives in England.

Henry N. Sheldon The Law of Subrogation

Henry Newton Sheldon was born in Waterville, Maine, on the twenty-eighth of June, 1842. He was educated in the public schools of Bath and Waterville and, eventually, entered Harvard graduated first scholar in the class of 1863. He then entered into private tutoring, military service and established his law practice.  He became a supreme court justice and served in a lot of organizations and government commissions. He died on January 14, 1926.  (read the full bio)

Stanley Siegelman Fashion, Retailing and a Bygone Era: Inside Women's Wear Daily - A Look Back†(with Isadore Barmash, Edward Gold, Marvin Klapper, Sandy Parker, Sidney Rutberg, and Mort Sheinman)

Stanley Siegelman joined Women's Wear Daily in 1950, with a master's degree in 18th century English literature from Columbia University. He served as News Editor in a variety of major markets, rising to the post of Assistant Managing Editor. His tenure included editorial positions on two other Fairchild newspapers: Daily News Record and Drug News Weekly. He left Fairchild in 1968 to become Editor-in-Chief of American Druggist Magazine, a publication of the Hearst Corporation.

Earl A. Simendinger

Hospital Turnarounds: Lessons in Leadership

Earl A. Simendinger, Ph.D. is a professor of Management at the University of Tampa, College of Business. He was a hospital administrator for 20 years; among his positions were the presidency of St. Luke's Hospital in San Francisco, California and a vice presidency at University Hospitals of Cleveland Ohio. He is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and a member of the editorial review boards of the Journal of the American Medical Association, the Case Research Journal, the Journal of Health of Administration Education, and the Journal of Clinical Engineering. He is also the president of the Ivory Group, a management and organizational development consulting firm, and the author of numerous books and articles.
Robert Slater

The Titans of Takeover 

Robert Slater holds degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and the London School of Economics and has authored several business books, which have been on the bestseller lists for Business Week and The Wall Street Journal. He was a journalist for UPI and Newsweek magazine in the 1970s, and for Time magazine from 1976 to 1996.
Stuart Slatter Corporate Recovery: Managing Companies in Distress (with David Lovett)

Stuart Slatter is founding partner of Stuart Slatter & Company, Chairman of Stuart Slatter Training, and is a Visiting Fellow in Strategic and International Management at the London Business School. He has served as Visiting Professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, and at the University of Capetown. He has also been a corporate managing director and a senior management consultant. Mr. Slatter holds a law degree from Cambridge University and is a qualified barrister-at-law. He has also earned an MBA from Stanford Business School and a Ph.D. in marketing from London University. He is the author of a number of books and articles, and a founding member of the Society of Turnaround Professionals.

Richard S. Sloma

Getting It to the Bottom Line: Management by Incremental Gains
How to Measure Managerial Performance
No-Nonsense Management: A General Manager's Primer
No-Nonsense Planning
The Turnaround Manager's Handbook

Richard S. Sloma  is an attorney and internationally acclaimed lecturer.

Twenty-eight years of hands-on management experience as a Board Member, Chairman, CEO and COO of several companies. Hold a J.D. from DePaul University and an MBA from the University of Chicago. He is the author of a number of other books on good business practices: No-Nonsense Management, No-Nonsense Planning, How to Measure Managerial Performance and Getting it to the Bottom Line.

Seymour Smidt Financial Management for Decision Making (with Harold Bierman, Jr.)

Seymour Smidt has been the Nicholas H. Noyes Professor of Economics and Finance at Cornell Universityís Johnson Graduate School of Management since 1978. He is also currently the Director of the Leadership Skills Program. He has co-authored a number of books on capital budgeting, corporate finance, and statistical decision theory. He has authored numerous journal articles or articles incorporated into other publications. Among other notable accomplishments, he was the Associate Director of the Securities and Exchange Commissionís Institutional Investor Study, and founding Dean of the Graduate School of Business, Koc University Istanbul, Turkey. He received A.B., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Chicago.

David B. Smith

Long-Term Care in Transition: The Regulation of Nursing Homes
The White Labyrinth: Guide to the Health Care System

Professor Smith received his Ph.D. at the University of Michigan in Medical Care Organization and has previously held faculty positions at the Graduate School of Management at Cornell University and the Department of Community Medicine at the University of Rochester. He has also served as an IPA Fellow in the Office of Research and Policy of the Health Care Financing Administration. Currently, he is a Professor and Chairman of the Department of Health Services Administration in the School of Business and Management at Temple University.  He received a 1995 Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Research Investigator Award for research on the history and legacy of the racial segregation of health care. He is the author or co-author of four books on the organization of health services and numerous articles in peer reviewed journals.

Roy C. Smith

The Global Bankers
The Money Wars: The Rise & Fall of the Great Buyout Boom of the 1980s

Roy C. Smith, a professor of entrepreneurship, finance and international business at New York University, has been on the faculty of Stern School of Business since 1987. Prior to 1987 he was a General Partner of Goldman, Sachs & Co., specializing in international investment banking and corporate finance. He received a B.S. from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1960 and an M.B.A. from Harvard University in 1966. The author of several books on international banking including The Global Bankers, published in 1989, which has been widely acclaimed, Mr. Smith is a frequent guest lecturer at business schools in the U.S. and in Europe. He and his wife Marianna live in Montclair, New Jersey.
Albert W. Snoke Hospitals, Health and People

Albert Waldo Snoke was born in Fort Steilacoom, Washington, in 1907. After receiving a B.S. degree from the University of Washington in 1928, he attended Stanford University Medical School and received his M.D. degree in 1933. In 1936, Snoke joined the staff of the Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, New York, and became its assistant director in 1937. Snoke left Rochester in 1946 to assume the directorship of Grace-New Haven Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut. In New Haven he also taught hospital administration at Yale University and oversaw the development of the Yale-New Haven Hospital, serving as its executive director from 1965-1968. From 1969-1973, Snoke worked in Illinois as coordinator of health services and later as acting executive director of the Illinois Comprehensive State Health Planning Agency. In 1987 his book, Hospitals, Health, and People , was published. Snoke died on April 18, 1988.

Robert Sobel AMEX: A History of the American Stock Exchange
Dangerous Dreamers: The Financial Innovators from Charles Merrill to Michael Milken
Inside Wall Street  
ITT: The Management of Opportunity
Panic on Wall Street: A History of America's Financial Disasters
The Big Board: A History of the New York Stock Market
The Curbstone Brokers: The Origins of the American Stock Exchange 
The Entrepreneurs: Explorations Within the American Business Tradition
The Fallen Colossus
The Money Manias: The Eras of Great Speculation in America 1770-1970
The Rise and Fall of the Conglomerate Kings
Thomas Watson, Sr.: IBM and the Computer Revolution

Robert Sobel was born in 1931 and died in 1999. He was a prolific historian of American business life, writing or editing more than 50 books and hundreds of articles and corporate profiles. He was a professor of business at Hofstra University for 43 years and held a Ph.D. from New York University. Besides producing books, articles, book reviews, scripts for television and audiotapes, he was a weekly columnist for Newsday from 1972 to 1988. At the time of his death he was a contributing editor to Barron's Magazine.

Joan Edelman Spero The Failure of the Franklin National Bank: Challenge to the International Banking System

Joan Edelman Spero received the B.A. from the University of Wisconsin (1966), the M.I.A. from Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs (1968), and the Ph.D. in Political Science from the Graduate Faculties (1973). Spero was an assistant professor at Columbia from 1973 to 1979. She served as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Economic and Social Council from 1980 to 1981. From 1981 to 1993, she was an executive at the American Express Company, where her last position was executive vice president for corporate affairs.  In 1993, President Clinton appointed her to the U.S. Department of State as under secretary of economic, business, and agricultural affairs. She played a central role in formulating the administration's foreign economic policy. She also served as a top advisor on the G7 economic summits. (read the full bio)

Irvine H. Sprague Bailout: An Insider's Account of Bank Failures and Rescues

Irvine H. Sprague is a former Chairman and Board Member of the FDIC.

Norman St. John-Stevas Life, Death and the Law

Norman St. John-Stevas was born in 1929. He was a Member of Parliament for Chelmsford from 1964 to 1987. He was the leader of the House of Commons from 1979 to 1981. Among other involvements, he served as Minister of State for the Arts and as the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. In 1995, he became Lord St. John of Fawsley.

Sol Stein

Bankruptcy: A Feast for Lawyers

Sol Stein is the author of nine novels, which have made bestseller lists as far away as Moscow. He is also an anthologized poet, the author of nonfiction books, screenplays, and TV dramas, and the creator of the award-winning computer software WritePro, as well as FirstAid for Writers and FictionMaster. Stein has lectured on creative writing at Columbia, Iowa, UCLA, and the University of California at Irvine, which presented him with the Distinguished Instructor Award in 1993. His on-line columns appear on America Online, the Writers Club on the World Wide Web, and elsewhere on the Internet. (read the full bio)

Walter Stewart

Too Big to Fail: Olympia & York: The Story Behind the Headlines

In his past, Walter Stewart has written about the big goofs and games played by government and corporations in real estate, banking, newspaper publishing, energy, airport construction and more. He has also written two novels. But he has now decided to write about Canada and Canadians

Christopher D. Stone

Corporate Responsibility: Law and Ethics

Christopher D. Stone is J. Thomas McCarthy Trustee Professor of Law at the University of Southern California. Professor Stone has written in several areas including the environment, white collar and corporate crime, legal philosophy, U.S. alternate energy policy, climate change, biodiversity, ocean policy, and trade law. He has served on or worked under the auspices of a variety of governmental agencies including the President's Commission on Communications Policy, the Energy Research and Development Administration, the National Institute of Mental Health, the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, and the United States Sentencing Commission.

Evelyn M. Stone Dynamics of Institutional Change: The Hospital in Transition (with  Milton Greenblatt, M.D. and Myron R. Sharaf, Ph.D.)

Evelyn M. Stone served as Executive Editor for the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health.

Joseph Story Commentaries on Equity Jurisprudence: As Administered in England and America

Joseph Story, 1779-1845, was one of the most famous figures in United States legal history. In 1798 he graduated from Harvard and was admitted to the bar. He began his practice in Salem, Massachusetts in 1801. Elected to the state legislature in 1805, he became a leader in the Republican Party, and entered Congress in 1808. He served as a Justice of the Supreme Court from 1811 until 1845. He was also a professor of law starting in 1829 and authored numerous law books that were highly influential in the development of the law.

Thomas A. Street The History and Theory of English Contract Law
The Theory and Development of Common-Law Actions  
The Theory and Principles of Tort Law

Thomas Atkins Street, A.M., LL.B. was a professor with the School of Law at Vanderbilt University. 

Jacob Streider Jacob Fugger the Rich: Merchant and Banker of Augsburg, 1459-1525

Jacob Streider was a professor of economic history at the University of Munich.

Lloyd Paul Stryker Courts and Doctors

Lloyd Paul Stryker was for many years general counsel for the Medical Society of the State of New York, and during that period had personal charge of the legal policy of the Society and the defense of its members who were sued for malpractice. Before resigning as general counsel of the Society, he was requested by its Executive Committee to put in book form the results of his experiences and his researches in the law of this subject - Courts and Doctors. 

Paul Studenski Financial History of the United States (with Herman Edward Kroos)

Paul Studenski, 1887-1961, was born and raised in Russia. He studied law in Russia and then medicine at the Sorbonne in Paris. He entered a brief but accomplished career in aviation and his feats in this regard can be found in a collection at the National Air and Space Museum. He then returned to academe, and received a doctorate from Columbia University in 1921. This was followed by a distinguished career in teaching and government service. He was a Professor of Economics at New York University from 1927 to 1955, and followed this for two years as Director of the Albany Graduate Program in Public Administration. He was a highly regarded consultant and adviser, and authored many books.

Teresa A. Sullivan As We Forgive Our Debtors: Bankruptcy and Consumer Credit in America

Teresa A. Sullivan is Vice President and Graduate Dean, The University of Texas at Austin.Professor and Vice President and Dean of Graduate Studies Teresa A. Sullivan completed her Ph.D. at the University of Chicago. She is a labor force demographer. She is also past Secretary of the American Sociological Association, past Chair of the Section on Social, Economic, and Political Science of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and a member of the Sociological Research Association. She received the Silver Gavel Award from the American Bar Association for her book As We Forgive Our Debtors.

William G. Sumner

A History of American Currency 
Robert Morris

William Graham Sumner, 1840-1910 was an American sociologist and political economist. He graduated from Yale in 1863, and studied in Germany, in Switzerland, and at Oxford. From 1872 on he was a professor of political and social science at Yale. He was an authors of numerous works in his fields of interest and expertise.

Teizo Taya

Floating Exchange Rates and the State of World Trade (with David Bigman)

Teizo Taya is currently a member of the Policy Board of the Bank of Japan.  Born on March 5, 1945, he received his BA in Industrial Relation (1967) and MA in Applied Sociology (1969) from Rikkyo University. He then obtained his MA in Economics in 1973 and Ph.D. in Economics in 1977 from the University of California, Los Angeles.

He then became an economist for the International Monetary Fund, then moved on to become a Senior Economist and International Economic Manager of the Daiwa Securities Research Institute Ltd. Research Department (1983) and was promoted to Managing Director by 1998, rising within the Institute through different ranks.

Arthur N. Taylor The Law in Its Relations to Physicians

Arthur Nelson Taylor, 1867-1949, graduated from Milton College in 1886. He received a LL.B. from the University of Wisconsin in 1889, and was admitted to the Wisconsin Bar in that same year. After a number of years in private practice, he became an examiner for the Federal Trade Commission, 1918-1922. From 1992 to his retirement in 1945, he worked on the legal staff of General Motors.

David J. Thomsen  Merger: Takeover Conspiracy

David J. Thomsen is the founder and director of ERI Economic Research Institute in Redmond, Washington and Baker, Thomsen Associates, a West coast compensation and benefits consulting firm. He was formerly a principal with William M. Mercer, Senior Vice President of American Stores, and Manager of Compensation for Dart Industries. Although semi-retired, Thomsen advises ERI research efforts, various programs, and its Distance Learning Center courses. In addition to Merger, he has written hundreds of articles. He holds a Ph.D. in Management Analysis.
Francis B. Tiffany Death by Wrongful Act: A Treatise: The Law Peculiar To Actions For Injuries Resulting In Death

Francis B. Tiffany (St. Paul, Minnesota) wrote the Hand-Book of Criminal Law in 1907 and the Hand-Book of the Law of Sales in 1895 in addition to Death by Wrongful Act.

Tony Tinker Paper Prophets: Fraudulent Accounting and Failed Audits

Tony Tinker is Professor of Accountancy at Baruch College, City University of New York. He has had a long and distinguished career in teaching and research. He is a founding member of the Association for Integrity in Accounting and a Fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants. He is a past-council member of the American Accounting Association and past-chair of its Public Interest Section. Dr. Tinker is the author or co-author of several books on accounting, and has published numerous academic articles. He is co-editor or on the editorial board of a number of major accounting journals, and has contributed to various public policy discussions for CNN, BBC, CBC, Pacifica Public Radio, New York Public Radio, Newsweek, and the Wall Street Journal. He received a M. Sci. degree in Management from Bradford University (UK) in 1970, and a Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of Manchester (UK) in 1975.
Sallie Tisdale

Harvest Moon: Portrait of a Nursing Home 
The Sorcerer's Apprentice: Medical Miracles and Other Disasters

Sallie Tisdale is the author of six books and many essays. She is a contributing editor of Tricycle Magazine. She is a past winner of an NEA Fellowship, the John Phelan Award, and the Pope Foundation Fellowship. She is a registered nurse.

John E. Tracy The Successful Practice of Law

John E. Tracy was a professor of law at the University of Michigan, practiced in the courts of Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, and New York, and was one of the drafters of the ABA's model corporation code.

Wilfred Trotter Instincts of the Herd in Peace and War

Wilfred Trotter, 1872-1939, was a surgeon with a distinguished medical career and a sociologist. He was a surgeon at the University College Hospital in London from 1906, and held the office of honorary surgeon to King George V from 1928 to 1932.

Jerome Tuccille Rupert Murdoch: Creator of a Worldwide Media Empire
How to Profit from the Wall Street Mergers: Riding the Takeover Wave
Trump: The Saga of America's Most Powerful Real Estate Baron
Kingdom: The Story of the Hunt Family of Texas

Jerome Tuccille is Vice President of T. Rowe Price Investment Services, and he has worked in the investment area as a broker and supervisory analyst since 1975. He is the author of more than 20 books including a recent biography of Alan Greenspan. His works include four novels and many financial books. From 1971 to 1973, the author taught at the New School for Social Research in New York City, and in 1974 he was the Libertarian candidate for Governor of New York. Tuccille and his wife Marie have two children and one grandson. They reside in Maryland.

 

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