Cotton and Race in the Making of America The Human Costs of Economic Power Dattel Gene

Cotton and Race in the Making of America The Human Costs of Economic Power Dattel Gene
Cotton and Race in the Making of America The Human Costs of Economic Power Dattel Gene

Gene Dattel grew up in the cotton country of the Mississippi Delta and studied history at Yale and law at Vanderbilt He then embarked on a twenty year career in financial capital markets as a managing director at Salomon Brothers and at Morgan Stanley A consultant to major financial institutions and to the Pentagon he established a reputation as a foremost authority on Asian economies His The Sun That Never Rose remains the definitive work on Japanese financial institutions in the s Mr Dattel is now an independent scholar who lectures widely and has served as an adviser to the New York Historical Society and the B B King Museum He lives in New York City For more information see genedattel

 

Cotton and Race in the Making of America The Human Costs of Economic Power Dattel Gene
Publisher: Ivan R Dee 1st edition September 16 2009
Publication date: September 16 2009
Language: English 

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