The 'longlist' of nominees are out for this year's Financial Times and Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year.
The awards will take place in October at The Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Lord Mandelson, Britain's Secretary of State for Business, Innovation & Skills will be the keynote speaker at the event.
Congratulations to this year's longlist nominees. In September - the shortlist (the 6 finalists) will be released - but let's give a round of applause to those who are all in the running.
The FT/GS Business Book of the Year Long List Nominees are:
- Animal Spirits by George A. Akerlof & Robert J. Shiller (Princeton University Press)
- Clever by Rob Goffee & Gareth Jones (Harvard Business Press)
- Free by Chris Anderson (Random House UK, Hyperion Books USA)
- Good Value by Stephen Green (Penguin Press UK, Grove/Atlantic USA)
- House of Cards by William D. Cohan (Penguin Press UK, Doubleday USA)
- How the Mighty Fall by Jim Collins (Random House UK, HarperCollins USA)
- Imagining India by Nandan Nilekani (Allen Lane UK, Penguin USA)
- In Fed We Trust by David Wessel (Crown Business)
- Lords of Finance by Liaquat Ahamed (Cornerstone, Random House UK, Penguin Press USA)
- The Match King by Frank Partnoy (Profile Books UK, Public Affairs USA)
- The Myth of the Rational Market by Justin Fox (HarperCollins)
- SuperCorp by Rosabeth Moss Kanter (Profile Books UK, Random House USA)
- This Time is Different by Carmen M. Reinhart & Kenneth S. Rogoff (Princeton University Press)
- Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal by Tristram Stuart (Penguin Press UK, WW Norton & Co USA )
- Why Your World is About to Get a Whole Lot Smaller by Jeff Rubin (Virgin Books UK, Random House USA)
This year's overall winner will receive £30,000 and the other five shortlisted authors will each receive £5,000.
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