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Gower’s Transformation and Innovation Series will have produced, by the end of 2013, an impressive collection of volumes.
Together, the authors have created an enormously rich resource base for transformation agents in the field of business and economics, but also within society at large. The series provides new, integral approaches to business, management, finance, economics, development, research and other related fields – while consistently combining theory and practice. It draws on different cultural knowledge bases, enabling the reader to effectively contextualize and practically engage in transformation processes leading to new sustainable realities in business, economics and beyond.
Embodying an enormous cultural diversity, together the series represents 12 countries, spread across Africa, Asia, Europe and USA. With each author working with and highlighting her or his particular cultural and societal context, we can proudly speak of a truly transcultural series.
The home page for the series includes prologues to read, and each book below has a free chapter to read on our website.
AN OVERALL INTEGRAL PERSPECTIVE:
…and the forthcoming: Integral Development: Realising the Transformative Potential of Individuals, Organisations and Societies
A MIDDLE EASTERN ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL PERSPECTIVE:
…and the forthcoming: Transforming Trade Policy in an Arab State: A Postmodern Approach
AN ASIAN SPIRITUAL, CULTURAL AND ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE:
…and the forthcoming: Remaking Ourselves, Enterprise and Society: An Indian Approach to Human Values in Management
AN AFRICAN POLITICAL, ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL PERSPECTIVE:
…and the forthcoming: An Integral Approach to Development Economics: Islamic Finance in an African Context
A EUROPEAN TECHNOLOGICAL AND ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE:
…and the forthcoming: Crafting an Integral Enterprise: Towards a Sustainable Telecommunications Sector
AN AMERICAN SPIRITUAL, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE: