Sunday, February 24, 2013

Great Books by My Isenberg School of Management Colleagues

Business School Profs are dynamic.

Some  do fundamental theoretical work, others make more applied contributions, but all who conduct research  write and speak about their observations and discoveries.

The reputation of any school, including a school of business or management, rests on the caliber of its faculty and that of the students that it graduates.

Some business school profs also write books. These might be of a technical nature, depending on one's discipline, or meant for a popular/mass audience.

Below are photos of (some of the) books by Isenberg School of Management authors that are displayed in our school. 5 of my books are featured.
For a fairly recent list of books authored by Isenberg faculty, see the webpage on the school's website.

At the request of our wonderful Associate Dean, Jane K. Miller, I brought over my latest book, "Networks Against Time: Supply Chain Analytics for Perishable Products," that I co-authored with Dr. Min Yu, Amir H. Masoumi, and Dr. Ladimer S. Nagurney, featured in the photo below and just published
Min received her PhD with a concentration in Management Science at the Isenberg School last May and is now a Professor at the Pamplin College of Business at the University of Portland, and Amir recently successfully defended his doctoral dissertation. I was their dissertation advisor. As for Dr. Ladimer S. Nagurney, his college has already started to celebrate the publication of our book. This was a great collaboration, which the Isenberg School helped to bring together.