Tag Archives: Non-Fiction

Book Review: Capital and the Common Good

When markets fail to produce broad-based and sustainable public goods,  it is up to governments, multilateral agencies, philanthropists and well-wishers to step in and save the day through innovative finance.

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Book Review: Rethinking Reputational Risk

It took me a while but I am glad that I finally got round to finishing this book and just before the clock struck midnight 2016. Given that my current day job is in the financial services industry and the … Continue reading

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Non-Fiction November 2016 TBR List

I am so excited to participate in  Non-Fiction November reading challenge and might I add, my first ever public readathon.  Olive from ABookOlive and Gemma from Non-Fic Books have “dared” booktubers and other bibliophiles to pick up 1-4  non-fiction books … Continue reading

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Reading Wrap ups February and March 2016

The House at Tyneford by  Natasha Solomons Elise is born to an elite  Jewish family in Austrian  family  but the  impending Nazi occupation takes her  life takes from riches to rags when  she is sent to Tyneford  in Britain to … Continue reading

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How to Read Non-Fiction Books for Pleasure

Just because I  have set myself some very audacious  reading goals for 2016 (see here and here) does not mean I am having a walk in the park. Let me explain… If you follow me on Goodreads, you will notice … Continue reading

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