I was looking up something on another thread, and came across this on amazon.com (March 19,2013):
Moshe Milevsky (a business professor at York University in Toronto) has a book about whether and how you should integrate your human capital (discounted value of expected future career related income) into your investment allocation decision.
The Kindle version of the book is *free* at amazon.com.
I haven't read it yet, so I can't comment on it. I have enjoyed some of his other work (Pensionize your Nest Egg, Your Money Milestones) and am generally comfortable with academic approaches to personal finance. So, if you're into free things, check it out (you can read it using your computer and amazon cloud reader if you don't have a kindle).
Maybe this thread could continue by discussing the book? Feel free to add your thoughts.