Frank Abagnale

Frank Abagnale, whose life as a con man was depicted in the bestselling memoir and hit movie Catch Me If You Can, reveals the methods used by the world's most skillful con artists to steal billions each year from unsuspecting people, and teaches five simple rules that will help us protect our money.

Mohrbooks Literary Agency, Mar 23, 2019 | 1 Rights available

Transportation Economics and Public Policy

A. Abouchar

Wiley, Mar 18, 2021 | 32 Rights available


Shawn Achor

The bestselling author of The Happiness Advantage reveals why our potential is not limited by what we on our own can achieve; rather, our success is amplified by the successes of those around us. He offers five strategies for exponentially raising our achievement and performance by helping others - colleagues, teams, and employees - be…

Mohrbooks Literary Agency, Dec 12, 2017 | 1 Rights available


Dan Ackerman

Tetris is perhaps the most instantly recognizable, popular video game ever made. Yet its origin story is so improbable that it's amazing that any of us ever played the game. In this surprising and entertaining book, tech reporter Dan Ackerman explains how a Soviet programmer named Alexey Pajitnov was struck with inspiration as a teenager,…

Foundry, Mar 6, 2016 | 68 Rights available


Ron Adner

How can great companies do everything right—identify real customer needs, deliver excellent innovations, beat their competitors to market—and still fail? The sad truth is that many companies fail because they focus too intensely on their own innovations, and then neglect the innovation ecosystems on which their success depends. In our increasingly interdependent world, winning requires…

Mohrbooks Literary Agency, Mar 6, 2016 | 1 Rights available


Anna Akbari

In THE LEAN STARTUP LIFE, Anna Akbari will show readers how she was able to use the same principles outlined in Eric Ries’ bestselling book, and embraced by entrepreneurs across the country, to create her high profile, profitable marketing company, develop the most in demand class in the entire NYU sociology department, and become a…

Foundry, Jul 14, 2016 | 1 Rights available

Eco-Socialism For Now and the Future

Robert Albritton

* Argues capitalism cannot make the changes necessary to revitalize the earth and life it supports * Proposes solutions to the problems of social justice and ecology * Supports eco-socialism to combat apocalyptic visions of the future

Springer Nature, Feb 18, 2019 | 62 Rights available


Hira Ali

Why oh why can't I - break the glass ceiling, many women might ask. Hira Ali has surveyed 300 women all over the globe and has found that ...

Mohrbooks Literary Agency, Mar 23, 2019 | 1 Rights available


Frederick Allen

A history of Coca-Cola traces the company from the debut of the popular soft drink in an Atlanta soda fountain to its present status as a multibillion-dollar international corporation, drawing on the personal papers of founder Asa Candler and long-time CEO Robert Woodruff.

Biagi Rights, Mar 8, 2016 | 1 Rights available


Daniel Alpert

Daniel Alpert’s THE AGE OF OVERSUPPLY, explores why Western capitalism is still slumping and how we can recover global economic leadership by overcoming the challenge of oversupply.

Mohrbooks Literary Agency, Mar 6, 2016 | 1 Rights available