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How to publish your academic papers on Amazon

As reported earlier, two of my papers have been published by GRIN this year, respectively a critical book review on employee ownership and an essay on doing business with the poor. For both papers I received a distinction mark at the University of St Andrews (which is equivalent to a ‘First Class’). GRIN Publishing in … Continue reading

Publication on ‘Doing business with the poor’

In November 2013 I reported about my interest in ‘doing business with the poor’ on this blog. My essay on the 2002 Harvard Business review article ‘Serving the World’s Poor, Profitably’ by C.K. Prahalad and A. Hammond was now made available by GRIN Publishing (Munich, Germany), and can be purchased via their website here or … Continue reading

Book review: Guns, Germs and Steel

Were you ever asked to write a book review, for example during high school or university? The first assignment I had to work on in St Andrews was a critical book review and I spent a considerable amount of time researching how to actually write such a review. I came to the conclusion that there … Continue reading

Doing business with the poor

An interesting topic I came across a few weeks ago is doing business with ‘the poor’. Back then I read a recent publication by Kay and Lewenstein and decided to write an essay for one of my modules on this topic. More specifically, I critically analyzed ‘Serving the World’s Poor, Profitably’ written by Prahalad and … Continue reading

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