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“Fault Lines” wins the 2010 Financial Times Business Book of the Year Award

“Fault Lines” by Raghuram Rajan has won the prestigious Financial Times Business Book of the Year Award for 2010.

The book identifies the flaws that helped crippled the world financial system,  prescribes potential remedies, but also warns that unless policymakers push through painful reforms, the world could be plunged into renewed turmoil. The book saw off stiff competition, with the final intense debate coming down to a choice between “Fault Lines” and “Too Big to Fail” Andrew Ross Sorkin’s acclaimed minute-by-minute analysis of the collapse of Lehman Brothers.

MBS Library has followed this award closely since it’s establishment in 2005, as it aims to identify books that provide compelling and enjoyable insight into modern business issues, including management, finance and economics. This year for the first time we have purchased every book which appeared on the long list published earlier this year.

Long list for FT Business Book of the Year 2010

You may also be interested in the previous winners of the award listed below:

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