Money Changes Everything

Ex libris

Previous AE coverage of these issues:

Money Changes Everything
Commerce, philanthropy, and the culture of the academy

"We should be more creative in thinking about how we reward people for what they've done."
Rich Rothenberg, Professor of Family and Preventive Medicine

"If I'm going to accept [the Sloan Foundation's] money in good faith, I have to minimally carry out their agenda."
Bradd Shore, Professor of Anthropology

University, Inc.
License income, patents, start-ups, and research expenditures for a selection of eleven institutions

Who sees the money?
Emory's recently revised intellectual property ownership policy

Writing Crossover Books
Can scholarship sell?

Agents and advances
For the crossover book

Ex libris
Crossover titles by Emory authors

Help on the horizon
The new program in manuscript development

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Does Stress Damage the Brain?: Understanding Trauma-Related Disorders from a Mind-Body Perspective
Douglas Bremner, W.W. Norton: 2002

The Rule of Three: Surviving and Thriving in Competitive Markets
Jagdish Sheth and Rajendra S. Sisodia, Free Press: 2002

The Ape and the Sushi Master: Cultural Reflections of a Primatologist Frans de Waal, Basic Books: 2001

Clients for Life: How Great Professionals Develop Breakthrough Relationships Jagdish Sheth and Andrew Sobel, Simon & Schuster: 2000

Universal Foam: From Cappuccino to the Cosmos Sidney Perkowitz, Walker & Co.: 2000

Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America Harvey Klehr and John Haynes, Yale UP: 1999

The Real Jesus: The Misguided Quest for the Historical Jesus and the Truth of the Traditional Gospels Luke Timothy Johnson, HarperSanFrancisco: 1996

The Secret World of American Communism Harvey Klehr, John Haynes, and Fridrikh Igorevich Firsov Yale UP: 1995