Category: Author Interviews

Exotic Alternative Investments: Q&A with Kevin R. Mirabile

Exotic Alternate Investments by Kevin Mirabile provides an in-depth analysis of the returns, risks, opportunities and portfolio effects for investors, advisors and academics and anyone who wants to expand their investment horizons. In this brief Q&A, Mirabile shares his thoughts on…

Julia Wedgewood, The Unexpected Victorian: Q&A with Sue Brown

Author Sue Brown talks to us about her upcoming book Julia Wedgewood, The Unexpected Victorian. Julia Wedgwood (1833-1913) was a leading Victorian female non-fiction writer who ventured fearlessly into the reserved territory of the Victorian “man of letters”, writing about…

Freedom Isn’t Free: Q&A with Markos Kounalakis

Markos Kounalakis is an award-winning author, scholar and journalist. Freedom Isn’t Free takes an analytical look at political, economic, social and moral trade-offs in a world in flux. Highly readable, the volume’s collected foreign affairs essays have a wide range…

International Scientific Relations: Q&A with Francisco Del Canto Viterale

Francisco Del Canto Viterale’s core areas of knowledge are in global and international studies, with a specialization in science, technology, and innovation. His book International Scientific Relations offers a holistic analysis of the role and impact of science, technology, and innovation in the…

Featured Series: Anthem Nineteenth-Century Series

Anthem Nineteenth-Century Series is a collection that fosters connections between areas including history, science, religion and literary theory. The general editor of this series is Robert Douglas-Fairhurst, Professor of English Literature at University of Oxford. He recently spoke to us about the…

‘Green Growth, Smart Growth’: Q&A with Ralf Fücks

Ralf Fücks’ Green Growth, Smart Growth, with a foreword by Anthony Giddens, is released today in English. Green Growth, Smart Growth draws on the German policy experience of tackling climate change and outlines a positive way forward using science, technology…

December Book of the Month: “Central Banking at a Crossroads”

“This rigorous and novel investigation is a ‘must-read’ for all who either approve or disapprove of the unconventional instruments and practices used by central banks that have extended the mandate and blurred the traditional line between monetary and fiscal policy.”…

November Book of the Month: “The Spirit of Luc Boltanski”

  “This is a book that is needed to understand the ideas and research dynamics of one of the greatest contemporary sociologists. This impressive collection of essays provides not only an introduction to his work, but also insightful analyses of…

October Book of the Month: “IB Music Revision Guide”

  We are happy to announce Roger Paul‘s first publication as our Book of the Month for October! The “IB Music Revision Guide – Everything you need to prepare for the Music Listening Examination” has been specifically designed for pupils…

Bringing Together Ethics and Capitalism: An Interview with Mike King, author of “Quakernomics”

   ‘Fascinating, highly relevant and opportune, this book is a powerful exploration of history showing how ethical behaviour has been – and can be – an effective route to wealth creation and growth.’  —Carlota Perez, author of ‘Technological Revolutions and…