And, disagree you did so of best books ever, as voted by you.

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For now, enjoy the review of the Best Books for 2014.

Our new list of the Best Books is more diversified. With attention to the growing divides in society. With new inroads into Social Responsibility. With the best new angles on Future Urbanities. With powerful changes in worldwide leadership. And of course, with attention for China – and the latest range of Break Out Nations.

We pride ourselves of being one of the most thorough and academic trends and innovation agencies in the world. Studying the Best Reads is part of our routine and twice a year we like to share our thoughts with you. Twice a year wee start to count down the Best Books. In 2014, we have summed up the eleven must reads from 2013, reviewed by Carl Rohde.

…here are the 20 very best books I’ve read in 2013:

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    Here’s my end-of-the-year roundup of the best books I read this year. They are not all 2013 books (though most of them are), but they’re all books I found especially meaningful this year. They are in no particular order (other than the random pile sitting in front of me).