Reflections from The Way: Selected Essays
|Title||Reflections from The Way: Selected Essays|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Place Published||New York, NY|
|Type of Work||Collection of essays|
|Keywords||China, dao, Japan, Russia, Shamanism, Shaolin, tai chi, Tao, Tibet, Wharton, Wudang, Zen|
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REFLECTIONS FROM THE WAY is a collection of personal essays by Mikhail Goussev previously published in Wharton Journal, Qi Journal, A Journal of Russian Thought and other publications over the course of fifteen years.
Mikhail Goussev is an M.B.A. graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He also holds a Ph.D. degree in Philosophy from the California Institute for Human Science, and an M.S. degree in Computer Science from the Moscow State Technical University of Radio-engineering, Electronics and Automation. Dr. Goussev currently works in the financial services industry in New York City.
In addition to a career in finance, he is a long-time student of East Asian wisdom traditions and has complemented his academic work with numerous field study trips to Asia. In his doctoral work, Dr. Goussev researched the application of ancient Chinese classical texts in the context of modern decision-making, business analysis, leadership and management.
Mikhail is a frequent speaker at conferences and conducts workshops at leading academic and corporate establishments throughout the U.S. in addition to teaching graduate level classes as an adjunct faculty member.