Rob Norton


Unintended Consequences, The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics

Corporate Taxation, The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics

Energy Shift: Game-Changing Options for Fueling the Future
(co-authored with Eric Spiegel and Neil McArthur; McGraw-Hill, 2009)

CFO Thought Leaders: Advancing the Frontiers of Finance
(Editor, s+b Books, 2005)

Content Critical: Gaining Competitive Advantage Through high-Quality Web Content
(co-authored with Gerry McGovern; FT Press/Pearson, 2001)

The Web Content Style Guide: The Essential Reference for Online Writers, Editors and Managers
(co-authored with Gerry McGovern and Catherine O’Dowd ; FT Press/Pearson, 2001)
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What's Left Of The Supply-Side?
The movement's leaders seem more concerned with defending their dogma than with affecting policy.

Sex, Drugs, and Career Choices
When young women first got access to the birth control pill in the late 1960s, their career options – and the future shape of the U.S. work force – changed completely.

The Luck of the Irish
If you want to visit old Ireland, you'd better get there soon. On the wings of its supercharged economy, the country has just crossed two centuries in a single decade. The Irish, it turns out, actually like change.

Never Say Never
The experts said we’d never see a balanced budget, or zero inflation. The experts were wrong.

In Greenspan We Trust
The powerful Fed chairman is headed for four more years, to the relief of corporate America. What does it mean? Simply this: no recession. No inflation. No voodoo.

Our Screwed-Up Tax Code
It eats up time and money and – worst of all – penalizes saving and investment. Washington has just made it worse. What could make it better?

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