NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- The list of great business books coming out during the shortened Thanksgiving week may be be brief, but is no less compelling.
If it's not enough, don't forget to take a peek at Doug Kass on the Market: A Life on TheStreet, released last week. Real Money Pro's Kass shares anecdotes with some of Wall Street's most famous like Berkshire Hathaway's (BRK.A) Warren Buffett, Omega Advisors' Leon Cooperman and, of course, TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
The titles were chosen by TheStreet staff from among all the business books coming out this week listed by Barnes & Noble and Amazon. They are both new hardcovers and the first issue of paperback titles. TheStreet has selected the releases with the widest appeal. Click to see last week's books and click through below to see the books you should look out for this week.
Title: How To Deal With Difficult People: Smart Tactics for Overcoming the Problem People in Your Life (paperback)
Author: Gill Hasson
Why You Should Read It: From bad managers to annoying colleagues to overly critical family members, this book shares lessons on how to best handle those that are hard to get along with.
Release Date: Nov. 24
Title: Life in the Financial Markets: How They Really Work And Why They Matter To You
Author: Daniel Lacalle
Why You Should Read It: Get the real story on how the financial markets operate with senior portfolio manager Daniel Lacalle, who provides clarity on some of the banking system's hot button issues like the debt market, quantitative easing, derivatives and high frequency trading, among others.
Release Date: Nov. 24
Title: Family Entrepreneur: Easier Said Than Done (paperback)
Author: Fred Dawkins
Publisher: Dundum Press
Why You Should Read It: The second book in the Entrepreneurial Series, is for aspiring entrepreneurs, new business owners or those who just want to manage their career better by sharing the story of frustrated employees involved in family businesses who set to change their career course by enrolling in an entrepreneurship course.
Release Date: Nov. 25
Title: Degrowth: A Vocabulary for a New Era (paperback)
Author: Giacomo D'Alisa (Editor), Federico Demaria (Editor), Giorgos Kallis (Editor)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Why You Should Read It: This political title advocates a new definition of a healthy economy, one with lower consumption and production.
Release Date: Nov. 26
Title: The Blind Decades: Employment and Growth in France, 1974-2014
Author: Philippe Askenazy, foreword by Richard Freeman
Publisher: University of California Press
Why You Should Read It: Understanding France's economy means leaving aside policy issues like demands for less state control and more flexibility in the labor market, but rather emphasizing the construction a long-term industrial strategy.
Release Date: Nov. 27
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Title: Doug Kass on the Market: A Life on TheStreet
Author: Douglas A. Kass, foreword by James J. Cramer
Why You Should Read It: One of the most renowned traders in the world, hedge fund manager and infamous short seller, Doug Kass shares his strategies and insights on savvy investing.
Release Date: Nov. 17
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-Written by Laurie Kulikowski in New York.