Recent Alumni Books

The Wall Street MBA: Your Personal Crash Course in Corporate Finance

By Reuben Advani, WG’01

McGraw-Hill (2006)

“The Wall Street MBA distills a broad swath of corporate finance and financial reporting concepts into a concise, practical and easily accessible format.”
– Robert Borghese, author of M&A From Planning to Integration

A Practical Guide to Software Licensing for Licensees and Licensors

By H. Ward Classen, WG’90

American Bar Association (2006)

“Ward, an experienced practitioner who understands software licensing thoroughly, provides excellent practical advice and new ideas for handling software licensing issues … definitely a must-read and must-have for the practitioner.”
– J.T. Westermeier, Partner, DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary

The Change Function: Why Some Technologies Take Off and Others Crash and Burn

By Pip Coburn, WG’94

Portfolio (2006)

The Change Function is an irreverent look at how technology adoption plays out in countless sectors, from computers to cell phones to digital TV recorders. The author is the founder of Coburn Ventures and a former managing director and global technology strategist at UBS Investment Research.

The Little Book That Beats the Market

By Joel Greenblatt, WG’80

Wiley (2005)

“The best book on the subject in years …. Beyond the credibility that comes from someone whose private investment partnership, Gotham Capital, has produced 40 percent a year returns over the past 20 years, Mr. Greenblatt brings an elegant and simple writing style to what can be a complicated subject.”
– Financial Times

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