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Selznick’s Leadership in Administration Still a Management and Sociology Bestseller

Remarkable in its insight and staying power, Philip Selznick’s Leadership in Administration is still read in droves by business and management students, sociologists, and political scientists — and of course by interested individual readers within corporations, institutions, and governmental agencies who want to lead effectively. It forms the backbone of most accepted self-help or seminar-style management courses and guides. Quid Pro is the exclusive digital publisher of this fine book.


Harvard Law Review’s June Issue, in ebook formats, now available including memoriam to William Stuntz

Harvard Law Review: Volume 124, Number 8 – June 2011 is now available, beating the streets, as an ebook in leading formats. It features quality presentation, legible charts, active TOC (including that of the articles), linked notes and URLs, and complete and linked cross-referencing in text and notes.
Its contents are:
In Memoriam: William J. Stuntz
Pamela S. [...]


New Stanford Law Review Issue 5 Is Available in Kindle, Nook, and iTunes Formats

Now available is Stanford Law Review’s Issue 5 – May 2011.
The Stanford Law Review is published six times a year by students of the Stanford Law School. Each issue contains material written by student members of the Law Review, other Stanford law students, and outside contributors, such as law professors, judges, and practicing lawyers. The [...]


Neil Smelser explains Sociological Theory in a clear and pithy book on how to read, criticize, and do theory

Renowned sociologist Neil J. Smelser republishes his classic and clear guide, Sociological Theory — A Contemporary View. It remains timeless because he uses foundational examples such as Durkheim, Marx and Parsons, examining still-applicable criteria. New Foreword by Arlie Hochschild, new Preface by the author.