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The Laws of Simplicity
By John Maeda, MIT Media
Lab professor
MIT Press, 2006, $20.00

Project Valuation Using Real Options: A Practitioner’s Guide
By Prasad Kodukula and Chandra Papudesu, SM ‘98
J. Ross Publishing, 2006, $54.95

Inside the Economist’s Mind: Conversations with Eminent Economists
Edited by Paul A. Samuelson and William A. Barnett ‘63
Blackwell Publishing, 2007, $29.95

The Welfare State Nobody Knows: Debunking Myths about U.S. Social Policy
By Christopher Howard, SM ‘90, PhD ‘93
Princeton University Press, 2006, $29.95

Reaching: Love Affairs with Industry
By Richard Muther ‘38, SM ‘41
Leathers Publishing, 2006, $19.95

The Yale Book of Quotations
Edited by Fred R. Shapiro ‘74
Yale University Press, 2006, $50.00

The Definitive Drucker
By Elizabeth Haas Edersheim, PhD ‘79; foreword by A. G. Lafley
McGraw-Hill, 2007, $27.95

The Giant Book of Animal Jokes: Beastly Humor for Grownups
By Richard Lederer and James D. Ertner, OCE ‘75, SM ‘75
Stone and Scott, 2005, $19.95

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