What's new in 2023

January 26, 2023

This month, nine new books which published in 2022 have been added to What Everyone Needs to Know®. Find out more:  

  • Sanctions by Bruce W. Jentleson provides a concise, authoritative overview of a little-understood yet extremely important phenomenon in world politics: the use of economic sanctions by one country to punish another. 
  • Business Ethics by J.S. Nelson and Lynn A. Stout is a first guide for both businesspeople faceing real-life dilemmas and students studying ethical questions, providing engaging and readable introductions to the basic principles of business ethics. 
  • Jihad by Asma Afsaruddin looks at key questions about jihad and provides a historically grounded, scholarly yet accessible treatment of the meanings of jihad from the formative period of Islam until the contemporary period. 
  • Women in the Workforce by Argys and Averett takes a holistic view of the economic lives of women in the workforce from the viewpoint of the economist. The volume uses an economic framework to highlight the importance of women in the economy, the challenges they face in claiming equal status with men, and policies that can further improve gender equality. 
  • Campaigns, Elections and the Threat to Democracy by Dennis W. Johnson offers the most up-to-date examination of campaigns, elections and future threats to voting and democracy, examining the US general election, the "Stop and Steal" movement, the Big Lie, election interference and cyber threats to voting. 
  • Sustainable Investing by H. Kent Baker, Hunter M. Holzhauer and John R. Nofsinger demystifies sustainable investing for investors, expoloring some of sustaiable investing's most critical questions in a clear and concise manner. 
  • The Education Debate by David Kirp and Kevin Macpherson dissects the essential issues that confront education policy makers and practitioners today, as controversies over school’s roles in educating the next generation have become political issues. 
  • Climate Change by Joseph Romm is the essential prier on what will be the defining issue of our time. Newly updated with the latest in climate science from COP26 and beyond, this third edition offers user-friendly, scientifically rigorous answers to the most difficult (and commonly politicized) questions surrounding climate change. 
  • Secession and State Creation by James Ker-Lindsay and Mikulas Fabray shows that the road to statehood does not run smooth. Covering the legal, political, and practical issues of secessin and state creation, Ker-Lindsay and Fabray provide an essential guide to this timely topic.


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