Can you identify the Chicago Booth faculty authors of each of these books?

Since 1898, the Chicago Booth faculty has pursued research that has revealed revolutionary, enduring knowledge. The books shown here represent just a few of the many subjects and disciplines that our faculty has influenced.

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  1. Why Are You Here and Not Somewhere Else: Selected Essays
    (Author: Harry L. Davis)
     
  2. Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness
    (Author: Richard Thaler)
     
  3. Structural Holes: The Social Structure of Competition
    (Author: Ronald S. Burt)
     
  4. Quality is Personal
    (Authors: Harry V. Roberts and Bernard F. Sergesketter)
     
  5. Accounting: The Language of Business
    (Authors: Sidney Davidson, Clyde Stickney, and Roman L. Weil)
     
  6. The Theory of Finance
    (Authors: Eugene F. Fama and Merton H. Miller)
     
  7. Mindwise: Why We Misunderstand What Others Think, Believe, Feel, and Want
    (Author: Nicholas Epley)
     
  8. Microeconomics Theory
    (Authors: John P. Gould and Edward P. Lazear)
     
  9. Saving Capitalism from the Capitalists
    (Authors: Raghuram G. Rajan and Luigi Zingales)