Day in the Life of Modern Man

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iUniverse, 2001 - Fiction - 168 pages
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A Day in the Life of Modern Man chronicles the challenges and experiences of a middle-aged husband and father in contrast to the personal history which shaped him. At once, this book is irreverent and spiritual, cynical and sincere. It is written for the optimist in all of us who sometimes gets lost in the fray. In a world of polarities, this book underscores the best and the worst of human behavior with subtlety and a keen sense of irony and humor. A Day in the Life of Modern Man was a 2003 Ulysses Award finalist for superior American literature independently published by the small press.

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About the author (2001)

Geoffrey Jones is Joseph C. Wilson Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School. He previously taught at the universities of Cambridge and Reading, and at the London School of Economics, in the U.K. He is the author and editor of many books and articles on the history of
international business, including British Multinational Banking 1830-1990 (OUP, 1993), Merchants to Multinationals (OUP, 2000), and Multinationals and Global Capitalism (OUP, 2005). He is a former President of both the European Business History Association and the Business History Conference of the
United States, is co-editor of the journal Business History Review, and editor of the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of Business History.

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