HarperCollins (Firm); Publishers and publishing; Transaction Publishers; Letters
Mary E. Curtis, chairman and publisher of Transaction Publishers suggests that Drucker begin writing new introductions for two books that Transaction will publish after they are no longer in print by HarperCollins. Contains handwritten note.
Irving Louis Horowitz, the editorial chairman and president emeritus of Transaction Publishers, shares his thoughts of Drucker's book, The Future of Industrial Man. Contains Horowitz's original signature.
Authors and publishers; Manuscript preparation (Authorship); Letters
Drucker writes Dr. Guido Stein, Secretario General at the Universidad de Navarra in Pamplona, Spain regarding Stein's article about Drucker. He discusses the corrections he has made to Stein's manuscript and the publishing of other works about...
Authors and publishers; HarperCollins (Firm); Transaction Publishers; Letters
After promising Mary E. Curtis, of Transaction Publishers, new prefaces for the planned reissue of two of his books, Drucker states he is not sure how soon the books will be available because Harper Collins is still selling them.
Irving Louis Horowitz, the Hannah Arendt Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Political Science at Rutgers University, discusses work on Schumpeter and shares his thoughts on three of Drucker's recent pieces. Contains Horowitz's original...
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Fundación Compromiso; Costa, Nicolas J.; Books; Transaction Publishers; Curtis, Mary; Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management; Latin America
Peter Drucker writes to Nicolas Costa of International Editors Co. to discuss a possible Latin American issue of his book "Adventures of a Bystander." Drucker informs Costa that any offer would have to not only go through him, but also his current...
China; Computers; Demographic transition; Global economy and development; Knowledge workers; Manual workers; Women consumers
Edited notes from Drucker's talk focusing on six major developments that will determine the success of a country, industry, company, and individual to Drucker School alumni. Contains original handwritten edit marks.
Letters; Ueda, Atsuo, 1938-; Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Nihon Keizai Dantai Rengōkai; Universities and colleges; Publishers and publishing; Translations; Books; Socrates
Atsuo Ueda writes Peter Drucker saying that he received a proposal from Keidanren to work at an organization that will set up a new college for manufacturing and construction skills. He also talks about translating Drucker's works and their...