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Ellen Pao's account of her influential Silicon Valley discrimination case is among the best business books of the year. Some of the biggest ongoing business stories of our time, from the personal and political effects of increased globalization to the confrontation of ingrained sexism in Silicon Valley, are reflected in this year's list of best business books from McKinsey and the Financial Times. Since , McKinsey and FT have assembled an annual panel of experts to select the most insightful and well-written books in the genre. The panel chose 15 finalists earlier this year, narrowed it down to six semifinalists on Tuesday, and will announce the winner in November. When she announced the semifinalists, McKinsey's UK and Ireland managing partner Vivian Hunt said the selections, "really capture the extent of the economic and social disruption we face today, and highlight the big global challenges governments, business and society need to confront. MIT Sloan School of Management professor Andrew Lo argues in "Adaptive Markets" that efficient market theory is just incomplete rather than wrong, and offers a new way of understanding how investors behave and markets adapt. The US presidential election highlighted deep divides within the United States, and brought to the forefront the concerns of middle-class Americans whose jobs have disappeared due to increased globalization and the Great Recession.
Our mission is to help leaders in multiple sectors develop a deeper understanding of the global economy. Our flagship business publication has been defining and informing the senior-management agenda since Our learning programs help organizations accelerate growth by unlocking their people's potential. October 1, The shortlist of titles in contention for the Business Book of the Year Award is here. A sweeping history of the US economy, co-authored by the former Federal Reserve chairman and a correspondent for The Economist. An analysis of how digital communication has changed the spread of ideas, the growth of movements, and the distribution of power, co-authored by the CEO of Purpose and the president and CEO of the 92nd Street Y. An economics writer from The Atlantic analyzes the increasingly popular idea that governments should provide stipends for every citizen.
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