Robert W Davies, Senior Visiting Fellow at Cass
Palgrave MacMillan/ Cass Business Press
Charles Earle, Chief Executive, Arista Insurance

The author draws on a range of disciplines to suggest possible futures for nations and blocs, markets and social movements and the power each might wield.

Douglas Board, Senior Visiting Fellow at Cass
Gower
David Sims, Emeritus Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Cass

Recruitment has come a long way in the past 40 years, since the days of the old school tie and needing your uncle to put a word in.

Peter Grant
Palgrave MacMillan
Charles Keidan, Director, Pears Foundation

Giving is big business but, more often than not, it is done badly.

ManMohan S. Sodhi and Christopher S. Tang
Springer
Professor Hau L. Lee, Standford University

Risks are inherent in every aspect of business, and the ability to manage them defines outstanding business leaders.

Guy Fraser-Sampson
Kogan Page
Richard Samuel, Cass Executive MBA student

Guy Fraser-Sampson rails against the norm to give his readers an engaging approach to finance.e.

Andrew Clare and Chris Wagstaff
Palgrave MacMillan
Steve Johnson, Deputy Editor of FTfm at the Financial Times

According to a recent survey, a typical pension fund trustee spends more time each week making tea than taking investment decisions.

Michael R. Solomon, Greg Marshall, Elnora Stuart, Bradley Barnes and Vincent-Wayne Mitchell
Barnes and Mitchell FT Prentice Hall (£42.96)
Anthony Levy. Partner at the equality and diversity consultancy Ideas Into Action

Marketing seems to mean so many different things to different people. Academics approach it from perspectives ranging

from economics to behavioural psychology. Practitioners want to identify what tends to work.

Professor Philip Booth with an introduction by Archbishop Vincent Nichols
St Pauls, London (£12.95)
Paul Woolley. Director of Theos, the Bible Society’s religious think-tank

Christian Perspectives on the Financial Crash is a series of essays examining the underlying economic and ethical causes of the 2008 financial crash.

Chris Rowley and Fang Lee Cooke
Routledge: London and New York; hardback (£95) paperback (£29.99)
Malcolm Warner A Professor and Fellow Emeritus of Wolfson College, Cambridge, and a senior research fellow in management studies at Judge Business School

How are China's business enterprises run? What part does Chinese management play? What are the specific roles of managers in different kinds of firms?