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  • Author:
    Gordon S. Riess
  • ISBN:
    0759608490
  • ISBN13:
    978-0759608498
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  • Publisher:
    1st Book Library (February 20, 2001)
  • Pages:
    312 pages
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    Professionals & Academics
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A Tale of Three Cities. Published February 20, 2001 by 1st Books Library.

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He tells of his dealings with Italian Mafia dons, German counterfeiters, Spanish smugglers, French bigamists, and other colorful characters. Published by Thriftbooks.

Gordon Sanderson Riess, Greek, American management consultant. Macy scholar, Harvard Business School, 1949.

Gordon S. Riess Booklist Gordon S. Riess Message Board. A fun and enlightening read. Rather it is a very enjoyable and engrossing tale of an American volunteer executive who went to several former Communist countries to help entrepreneurs, corporations, charitable organizations, and government agencies make the difficult transition from their old centrally controlled systems to the competitive free market environment.

ISBN: 0759608490; Издательство: Authorhouse. The book is highly entertaining and enjoyable, as well as educational and informative. It is by no means a heavy economic or political tome. The author tells, in a personal, down-to-earth, and amusing fashion, of the joys and challenges involved in assisting individuals and institutions in the former Communist countries make the difficult transition from their rigid, centrally-planned systemsto the highly competitive free market environment. He describes, in a pithy and insightful manner, the societies and business conditions in the Eastern European countries where he lived and worked.

Communism - Communism - Marxian communism: Karl Marx was born in the German Rhineland to middle-class parents of Jewish descent who had abandoned their religion in an attempt to assimilate into an anti-Semitic society. The young Marx studied philosophy at the University of Berlin and received a doctorate from the University of Jena in 1841, but he was unable, because of his Jewish ancestry and his liberal political views, to secure a teaching position. The first arts journal to salute Europe’s golden triangle: LONDON, PARIS AND BERLIN A Tale of Three Cities.

The author tells, in a personal, down-to-earth, and amusing fashion, of the joys and challenges involved in assisting individuals and institutions in the former Communist countries make the difficult transition from their rigid, centrally-planned systems to the highly competitive free market environment. He describes, in a pithy and insightful manner, the societies and business conditions in the Eastern European countries where he lived and worked.

The book is highly entertaining and enjoyable, as well as educational and informative. It is by no means a heavy economic or political tome. Readers will appreciate the author's unorthodox and ingenious approaches to overcoming difficulties and his vivid descriptions of coping successfully with primitive living conditions and seemingly insoluble professional obstacles. It is fascinating to learn of his imaginative and unusual solutions to apparently impossible situations.