Spotlight on Economic Books: Small Business Book Awards

It’s easy to get caught up in day-to-day activities and miss the economic environment in which we must operate our businesses.  Like it or not, economic forces impact our businesses — negatively and positively.  Knowing something about the economic environment and economics in general brings power.  It arms us to make decisions that can strengthen our businesses and take advantage of trends, even during challenging times.

Vote! 2010 Small Business Book Awards

And that brings us to the final spotlight article in our series taking a closer look at the books nominated in the Small Business Book Awards.  Today we look at books in the Economics category.

There are 5 nominees in the Economics book category.  And the Economics book nominees are:

Hollowing Out the Middle
The Rural Drain and What It Means for America
by Maria J. Kefalas, Patrick Carr

Interstate 69
The Unfinished History of the Last Great American Highway
by Matt Dellinger

by Anthony D. Williams and Don Tapscott

Predictably Irrational
The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions
by Dan Ariely

The Economics of Integrity
From Dairy Farmers to Toyota, How Wealth Is Built on Trust and What That Means for Our Future
by Anna Bernasek

The countdown has begun in the final days of voting in the Small Business Book Awards. You have until December 15, 2010 at 11:59 PM to cast your ballots.

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Jamillah Warner Jamillah Warner (Ms.J), a poet with a passion for business, is a Georgia-based writer and speaker and the Marketing Coordinator at Nobuko Solutions. She also provides marketing and communication quick tips in her getCLEAR! MicroNewsletter.

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