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‘Financial Times’ Business Book of the Year shortlist announced

In the UK, the shortlist for the £30,000 (A$52,160) Financial Times Business Book of the Year Award has been announced. The six shortlisted titles are: What Works (Iris Bohnet, Harvard University Press), Alibaba (Duncan Clark, HarperCollins), Makers and Takers (Rana Foroohar, Crown), The Rise and Fall of American Growth (Robert Gordon, Princeton University Press), The 100-Year Life (Lynda Gratton & Andrew Scott, Bloomsbury) and The Man Who Knew (Sebastian Mallaby, Bloomsbury). The titles were chosen from a longlist of fifteen. The FT Business Book of the Year Award is presented annually to the book with ‘the most compelling and enjoyable insight into modern business issues’. The winner will be announced at a ceremony in London on 22 November, with the other shortlisted authors to receive £10,000 (A$17,390). For more information about the award, visit the Financial Times website here.


Category: International news