For 36 years, The National Business Book Award (NBBA) has celebrated the very best in business writing. More than that, it has reflected the evolution of Canadian business and the economic, social, and policy issues that are top of mind. Over the years, winners of the $30,000 prize have covered subjects as diverse as pension reform, the Bre-X mining scandal, the rise and fall of Blackberry, the emergence of a new generation of western Canadian oil barons, and global economic inequality.
The 2021 NBBA, sponsored by Miles Nadal, Stephen J. Smith, Oxford Properties, and the Globe and Mail, was an exceptionally abundant year for business books. It was a year that was characterized by strong First Nations voices and perspectives, thought leadership about the convergence of climate change, income inequality, and democracy, and the more traditional accounts of (and from) business leaders and entrepreneurs.
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