What's new in 2024

January 25, 2024

This month, eight new books have been added to What Everyone Needs to Know®. Find out more:  

  • Remote and Hybrid Work by Barbara Z. Larson provides an accessible and critical resource for understanding the remote and virtual workplace, and how to lead in this new work environment.
  • Bioethics by Bonnie Steinbock and Paul T. Menzel considers the controversial questions that surface in the public sphere, explaining the facts, and then evaluating different approaches to resolving them.
  • The New Middle East (2nd ed.) by James L. Gelvin outlines in a concise question-and-answer format, the social, political, and economic contours of the New Middle East, illuminating the current crisis in the region and exploring how it is likely to evolve in the decades to come.
  • Generative Artificial Intelligence by Jerry Kaplan equips readers with the knowledge to answer the pressing questions about Generative Artificial Intelligence (GAI).
  • Universal Basic Income by Matt Zwolinski and Miranda Perry Fleischer provides an objective, expert guide to questions about Universal Basic Income, and is essential reading for anyone seeking to understand what could be the 21st century's most important public policy debate.
  • Free Speech by Nadine Strossen is an engaging guide to the most important free speech rules, rationales, and debates, including the strongest arguments for and against protecting the most controversial speech, such as hate speech and disinformation.
  • Food Politics (3rd ed.) by Robert Paarlberg covers the many important changes in food markets and food politics that have shaped both global and local farming and eating over the past decade, this compact and authoritative primer lays out everything you need to know to understand today's global food landscape.
  • Weather Prediction by Roberto Buizza gives an understanding of how weather events form and how predicting what kind of weather is coming can help enormously to manage weather-risk and will become even more important as we shift towards strongly weather-dependent energy sources.


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        Remote and Hybrid Work       Bioethics       Generative Artificial Intelligence       Universal Basic Income       Free Speech       Food Politics