8 books Europe's top business school recommends on entrepreneurship, finance and economics
London Business School is regularly ranked as Europe's foremost institution for business and management education, and comes high up in any rankings for the best MBA providers in the world.
We asked some of the school's academics what books they'd recommend on economics, finance, and entrepreneurship, to get a taste of what they're advising the professionals that graduate from LBS.
We got a bundle of responses, with books on everything from economic history to why some companies grow and some don't.
Take a look:
Scaling Up — Verne Harnish
Guns, Germs and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies — Jared Diamond
The Life of Adam Smith — Ian Simpson Ross
The Wealth of Nations — Adam Smith
Power and Accountability — Bob Monks and Nell Minnow
The Firm, the Market and the Law — Ronald Coase
Has the U.S. Finance Industry Become Less Efficient? — Thomas Philippon
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People — Stephen R. Covey