"The bank just released internally its ninth-annual holiday reading list, continuing a tradition of offering its private bank and investment-management clients a year-end roster of book suggestions. The list is focused on celebrating, giving and sharing, said Darin Oduyoye, who crafted the bank’s reading list idea and leads communications for J.P. Morgan’s asset management division.
"This year’s list of seven titles range from Jimmy Carter’s latest autobiography to the economics of matchmaking. It even includes a musical interlude: the cast recording of the hit Broadway show “Hamilton.” J.P. Morgan asset management executives from Dubai, Milan, Sao Paulo and New York, among other cities, met several times – and did a lot of reading — to narrow down the list from 516 titles, Mr. Oduyoye added.
"Here’s a look at this season’s picks:
America’s Bank: The Epic Struggle to Create the Federal Reserve by Roger Lowenstein
Hamilton: An American Musical (Original Cast Recording) by Lin-Manuel Miranda
I Am Because You Are: How the Spirit of Ubuntu Inspired an Unlikely Friendship and Transformed a Community by Jacob Lief and Andrea Thompson
Life is Good: The Book by Bert Jacobs and John Jacobs
Maya Lin: Topologies by Maya Lin, text by Michael Brenson, William L. Fox and Paul Goldberger
Who Gets What — and Why: The New Economics of Matchmaking and Market Design by Alvin E. Roth