Many new investment/business/management/economics books are published each year. Too many until we can’t keep track of them. We may therefore won’t know which may be a good book.
We can take a look on "FT/Goldman Sachs book award" to look for ideas of a good book.
The book "When Markets Collide: Investment Strategies for the Age of Global Economic Change" by Mohamed El-Erian won the "FT/Goldman Sachs book award 2008".
Excerpts from the website:
Five of the other finalists were:
The Snowball, the biography of Warren Buffett, the investor;
Remix, on copyright and the internet generation;
McMafia, about globalisation and organised crime;
Cold Steel, on the Arcelor/Mittal takeover; and
A Splendid Exchange, a history of free trade.
Some of the past winners:
2007 Award Winner
The Last Tycoons,
a vivid account of the tumultuous evolution of investment bank Lazard
2006 Award Winner
China Shakes the World,
A gripping exploration of the economic and business implications of China’s breakneck growth.
2005 Award Winner
The World is Flat,
book by Thomas Friedman, an exuberant account of the challenges and benefits of globalisation.
Wonder whether these are really good books. Maybe will check them out during next visit to bookshop :-)
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