A debut guidebook for corporate decision-makers seeking to increase the efficiency of their workers' compensation programs.
Using a comprehensive approach, the author, an insurance professional, looks at how executives can cut their insurance costs by addressing a wide range of factors, including risk factor calculations and employee relationships. Read full book review >
A frustrated business owner offers his analysis of the problems facing the United States economy and a range of possible solutions.
In this overview of the American political economy, Boudreau's debut work targets the trade deficit as one of the primary drivers of recent economic downturns, though government inefficiency, unreasonable consumer expectations and other factors share the blame. Read full book review >