Every summer for the last 20 years, JPMorgan Chase has released its summer reading list of noteworthy nonfiction titles.
While some books are business focused, like Clayton Christensen’s “The Prosperity Paradox,” others are about as far from banking as you can get – “Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future” by Tracey Bashkoff made the cut.
According to JPMorgan’s newsletter debuting the reading list, “this is the most diverse collection of topics and authors since [the list’s] inception.”
Despite their wide-ranging topics, the banking giant says the 10 books have a lot in common: they’re engaging summer reads, they delve deeper than the average beach book, and they may stretch a reader’s comfort zone, especially if said reader absorbed them all in one summer.
Here are all 10 books on JPMorgan’s 20th summer reading list, along with descriptions of each title from Amazon, and where to find them online.
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