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2020 Hagley Prize Winner and Finalists

The Hagley Prize is awarded jointly by the Hagley Museum and Library and the Business History
Conference to the best book in business history (broadly defined)

2020 Winner

Ai Hisano, Visualizing Taste: How Business Changed the Look of What You Eat (Harvard
University Press, 2019)

2020 Finalists (in alphabetical order)

Amanda Ciafone, Counter-Cola: A Multinational History of the Global Corporation
(University of California Press, 2019)

Shennette Garrett-Scott, Banking on Freedom: Black Women in U.S. Finance Before the
New Deal (Columbia University Press, 2019)

Ai Hisano, Visualizing Taste: How Business Changed the Look of What You Eat (Harvard
University Press, 2019)

Sarah Milov, The Cigarette: A Political History (Harvard University Press, 2019)

David K. Johnson, Buying Gay: How Physique Entrepreneurs Sparked a Movement
(Columbia University Press, 2019)

Andrew Konove, Black Market Capital: Urban Politics and the Shadow Economy in Mexico
City (University of California Press, 2018)

Jorun Poettering, Migrating Merchants: Trade, Nation, and Religion in Seventeenth-Century
Hamburg and Portugal (De Gruyter, 2019)

Mark Rose, Market Rules: Bankers, Presidents, and the Origins of the Great Recession
(University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018)

Heidi Tworek, News from Germany: The Competition to Control World Communications,
1900-1945 (Harvard University Press, 2019)

JoAnn Yates and Craig Murphy, Engineering Rules: Global Standard Setting since 1880
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019)

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