New Book Tuesday: Strategies for Long-Term Business Growth, Lessons from the Boardroom, Left-Wing Melancholia, and More!

If You're in a Dogfight, Become a Cat!

Our weekly listing of new books now available:

If You’re in a Dogfight, Become a Cat!: Strategies for Long-Term Growth
Leonard Sherman

The Activist Director: Lessons from the Boardroom and the Future of the Corporation
Ira M. Millstein

Left-Wing Melancholia: Marxism, History, and Memory
Enzo Traverso

Exception Taken: How France Has Defied Hollywood’s New World Order
Jonathan Buchsbaum

Protection Amid Chaos: The Creation of Property Rights in Palestinian Refugee Camps
Nadya Hajj

The Contradictions of Capital in the Twenty-First Century: The Piketty Opportunity
Edited by Pat Hudson and Keith Tribe
(Agenda Publishing)

Civil Economy: Another Idea of the Market
Luigino Bruni and Stefano Zamagni
(Agenda Publishing)

Reconstructing Strangelove: Inside Stanley Kubrick’s “Nightmare Comedy”
Mick Broderick
(Wallflower Press)

Introduction to the Hong Kong Basic Law, second edition
Danny Gittings
(Hong Kong University Press)

Hong Kong in the Cold War
Edited by Priscilla Roberts and John M. Carroll
(Hong Kong University Press)

Making Icons: Repetition and the Female Image in Japanese Cinema, 1945–1964
Jennifer Coates
(Hong Kong University Press)

Piecing Together Sha Po: Archaeological Investigations and Landscape Reconstruction
Mick Atha and Kennis Yip
(Hong Kong University Press)

Classical Chinese Huanghuali Furniture from the Haven Collection
Chu-Pak Lau
(University Museum and Art Gallery, Hong Kong University)

Classic Furniture: Craftsmanship, Trade Organisations and Cross-Cultural Influences in East and West
Florian Knothe
(University Museum and Art Gallery, Hong Kong University)

Painted Ceramics: Contemporary Treasures by Jingdezhen’s National Masters from the Lamda Foundation
Edward Zhou
(University Museum and Art Gallery, Hong Kong University)

Interruptions: With Photographs by David Clarke and Essays by Xu Xi
David Clarke and Xu Xi
(University Museum and Art Gallery, Hong Kong University)

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