Christopher EllisPutting Inequality in Context: Class, Public Opinion, and Representation in the United States (University of Michigan Press, 2017)

William R. Gruver, http://www.universitypublications.net/hssr/0602/html/E7X45.xml
https://www.thestreet.com/story/14447571/1/bitcoin-is-risky.html

Peter Mark Jansson, author of over 100 publications on renewable energy, smart grid, and engineering education.

Michael Johnson-Cramer,

Berman, S. L., & Johnson-Cramer, M. E. (2017) Stakeholder Theory Seeing the Field Through the Forest. Business & Society [https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0007650316680039].

Ray, D. E., Berman, S. L., Johnson-Cramer, M. E., & Van Buren III, H. J. (2014) Refining normative stakeholder theory: insights from Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion 11 (4) 331-356.

Elms, H., M. Johnson-Cramer, & S. Berman (2011) Defining the Frontier between CSR and Stakeholder Theory.  Stakeholder Theory: Impact and Prospects.  New York: Edward Elgar, pp. 1-53.

Alexander T. RileyAngel Patriots in the Sky: The Crash of United Flight 93 and the Myth of America (New York University Press, 2015).

Alfred Kentigern SiewersStrange Beauty: Ecocritical Approaches to Early Medieval Landscape (Palgrave, 2009); Editor, Re-Imagining Nature: Environmental Humanities and Ecosemiotics (Bucknell U Press, 2014), Co-Editor, Tolkien’s Modern Middle Ages (Palgrave, 2005). Co-Editor, Glory and Honor: Orthodox Christian Resources on Marriage (St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2016), Numerous scholarly articles on Christian literature and philosophy of nature,  including a contribution to The Cambridge Companion to Literature and the Environment.

Janice Traflet, Nation of Small Shareowners: Marketing Wall Street After the Second World War (Johns Hopkins, 2013). ‘”Never Bought, Always Sold’: Salesmanship, the Small Investor, and the Early Postwar Surge in Mutual Fund Participation,” Essays in Economic and Business History, Volume 27, 2009, pages 5-14. With Elton McGoun, “Has Elvis Left the Building? The Rise and Fall of Celebrity Fund Managers.” Journal of Cultural Economy, Volume I, No.2, July 2008, pages 199-215. With Elton McGoun and Ulrika Sjodin, “Crash: Porsches and Portfolios at the End of the Road,” Accountancy, Business, and the Public Interest. Volume 7, No.2, 2008, pages 67-88. “Gendered Dollars: Pin Money, Mad Money, and a Woman’s Proper Place.” Essays in Economic and Business History, Volume 26,2008, pages 189-202. With M.P. Coyne, “Ending a NYSE Tradition: The 1975 Unraveling of Brokers’ Fixed Commissions and Its Impact on Financial Advertising,” Essays in Economic and Business History, Volume 25, 2007, pages 131-141. With M.P. Coyne,  “Ethical Issues Related to the Mass Marketing of Securities,” Journal of Business Ethics, 2008, Volume 78, pages 193-198. “Lessons in Crisis Mismanagement from the 1929 Crash,” Essays in Economic and Business History, ed. David Whitten, Volume 24, 2006, pages 89-101. “Spreading the Ideal of Mass Shareownership: Public Relations and the NYSE.” Essays in Economic and Business History, ed. David Whitten, Volume 22, 2004, pages 257-273. “Remembering 1929.” Proteus: A Journal of Ideas. Fall 2002.