Praise for Roy C. SmithOn"Adam Smith and the Origins of American Enterprise: How the Founding Fathers Turned to a Great Economist's Writings and Created the American Economy" "It is no coincidence what[so]ever that the nation with the most successful economy the world has known was born the very same year that Adam Smith published the greatest of all economic books, "The Wealth of Nations". Roy C. Smith shows, clearly and informatively, how Smithian economics and American politics and entrepreneurship intertwined to produce that wonder called the American economy."--John Steele Gordon, author of" The Great Game "and "The Business of America: Tales from the Marketplace"On "The Global Bankers: ""Roy Smith confesses to a twenty-year love affair with global banking. With a combination of a practitioner's insight, a broad perspective, and an engaging style, he explains what a seductive mistress international finance can be - and how it affects the world in which we live." --Paul A. Volcker, former chairman, Federal ReserveOn"The""Wealth Creators: 5 Success Styles of the Multi-millionaires" "If you've ever wondered how the extra-rich got that way, you will find a great variety of enlightening answers in" The Wealth Creators". Roy C. Smith writes from an investment banking perspective, and it's the investment bankers who know." --Martin Mayer, author of "The Bankers"On "The Money Wars: The Rise & Fall of the Great Buyout Boom of the 1980s" "Smith has written a challenging book that punctures many widely held assumptions about the mergers and acquisitions process."-- "Publisher's Weekly"
About the Author
Roy C. Smith was an investment banker at Goldman Sachs for more than twenty years and is the Kenneth Langone Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance at New York University's Stern School, where he has been for the past twenty. He is the author of several books, including "The Global Bankers," "The Money Wars," and "The Wealth Creators."