Greater Lehigh Valley

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William F. Roth

William F. Roth is currently a professor of management sciences at Kutztown University in Pennsylvania. He has published six books in his field and more than fifty articles. He has also published six short stories, two placing in national competitions. "The Pelican the Pearl and the Live Oak Tree" is based on his experience working with the poverty program and Civil Rights Movement in the Deep South. William also spent several years as a merchant marine and as a deck hand on a shrimp boat before returning to school."  

William currently has seven books in print including this one. The others concern management theory, the most recent being -- "Comprehensive Healthcare for the U.S.: An Idealized Design;" "Ethics in the Workplace: A Systems Perspective;" and "The Roots and Future of Management Theory: A Systems Perspective." He has also published over fifty articles in his field. On the creative writing side he has published seven short stories. The first, "Hog" placed second in the 1999 Serpentinia national fiction competition. The second, "Typhoon," placed fourth in the NMW 2002 national non-fiction competition. Others have been published by The MacGuffin, the Tacenda Literary  Magazine, Workplace, and most recently, the Schuykill Valley Journal."



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