Books by Edward Claflin

Released: March 1, 1992

"An essentially academic exercise lacking in the personal perspectives that could have made it much more than a primer."
An authoritative, if pedantic, introduction to the mercurial foreign-exchange market, where daily trading volume ranges up to $700 billion—and millions can be gained or lost on the judgments of youthful MBAs like the author. Read full book review >

Philadelphia psychologist and radio call-in host Gottlieb tackles the usual problems of family life—dealing with one's parents, one's spouse, and one's children—as well as the central matter of coming to terms with one's own identity. Read full book review >