New books by faculty

ed koch

Ed Koch and the rebuilding of New York City
Jonathan Soffer, Associate Professor of History

In 1978, Ed Koch assumed control of a city plagued by filth, crime, bankruptcy, and racial tensions. By the end of his mayoral run in 1989 his administration had begun rebuilding neighborhoods and infrastructure.


risk finance

Risk Finance and Asset Pricing: Value, Measurements, and Markets
Charles S. Tapiero, Professor of Financial Engineering and Technology Management

With an eye toward the future, Tapiero has crafted a comprehensive and accessible book that emphasizes an intuitive approach to financial and quantitative foundations in financial and risk engineering.

traffic engineeringTraffic Engineering
Roger P. Roess, Professor of Civil Engineering
Elena S. Prassas, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering
William R. McShane, Professor Emeritus

This unique text focuses on the key engineering skills required to practice traffic engineering in a modern setting.


virtual teamworkVirtual Teamwork: Mastering the Art and Practice of Online Learning and Corporate Collaboration
Robert Ubell, Vice President of Enterprise Learning

Virtual Teamwork covers best practices for online instruction and team learning, reveals proven techniques for managing enterprise and global virtual teams, and helps you choose the best communication tools for the job.