Category Archives: Book Reviews

March 08

Escaping the New Normal: A Review of The Only Game in Town by Mohamed A. El-Erian

A review of Mohamed A. El-Erian’s The Only Game in Town: Central Banks, Instability & Avoiding the Next Collapse.

February 09

BookLab: What a Buddhist Monk Can Tell Us About Office Meetings

The Art of Communicating by Thich Nhat Hanh Buddhism and business are no strangers to one another – Apple’s Steve Jobs and many other stellar CEOs have praised meditation for its part in their achievements. Nhat Hanh is a renowned Vietnamese Buddhist monk who writes, paints, campaigned for peace during the Vietnam War, and has […]

June 25

Riding Out the Banking Apocalypse

A review of Ivan Fallon’s Black Horse Ride, from The Robson Press. The just-published Black Horse Ride – while sounding like an emotional recounting of the last days of an uncolonised land or even a hellish descent into a plague-ridden Europe – is, in fact, a history of Lloyds Banking Group. Bearing the subtitle The […]