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Rory Sutherland
Vice Chairman, Ogilvy & Mather Group The Spectator's Wiki Man.
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Rory Sutherland 12h
This would apply.
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Nassim Nicholas Taleb 17h
It’s ergodicity-seeking
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Rory Sutherland 18h
I am actually interested in whether there is a tipping point for widespread vegetarianism. I nicked two of my daughter's Quorn sausages last month, and they were excellent. Compared to being a vegetarian in 1930s Britain/France, the sacrifice seems much smaller today.
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Rory Sutherland 19h
Hence attempts to make your behaviour consistent with (universal) economic logic will result in a significant reduction in the possible solution-space.
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Rory Sutherland 19h
My father remembers a ten minute bill argument where, just as it was settled, the wife of the richest man around the table (by a factor of 10) suddenly piped up "but I didn't have any wine".
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Rory Sutherland 19h
An important area where marketing differs from physics is that a business idea does not have to hold true in all contexts.
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Rory Sutherland 19h
No compensatory halloumi?
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Rory Sutherland 19h
There seems to be some anecdotal evidence of loss aversion among shepherds in 1st Century Galilee.
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Robert H Frank Aug 17
A carbon tax gives us an incentive to cut CO2 emissions while enabling us to reduce other taxes that discourage useful activity (like the payroll tax, which discourages job creation). What's not to like?
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Dan Bennett Aug 18
One day ... 🌈 The bill in a restaurant will come with a per person amount too. Total £78.12 You have 4 people at your table Per Person that’s £19.53. We have all the technology we need!!
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Rory Sutherland 24h
One of the reasons I trust Pawels is that he says "sometimes it's one thing, sometimes it's the opposite and sometimes it's a mixture of the two". This chimes with practically every finding in psychology!
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Rory Sutherland Aug 17
Review of Gerd Gigerenzer's Rationality for Mortals: How People Cope with Uncertainty via the superb . One fascinating quotation from the Gerdmeister......
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Rory Sutherland Aug 17
The excitement is mutual!
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Rory Sutherland Aug 17
Replying to @EJTHANSEN @primalpoly
Also some good works on the assault on religious and traditional values: Muskogee by Merle Haggard and The Great Speckled Bird by Roy Acuff. Also Haggard's Fighting Side of Me.
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richard shotton Aug 16
On the power of asking obvious questions In Ingledew book
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Andi Smith Aug 16
We finally received our from today! 1 day of usage and it has already made our meetings so much better!
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Rory Sutherland Aug 16
Replying to @primalpoly
Claude Gray - How Fast Them Trucks Will Go.
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Rory Sutherland Aug 16
Replying to @EddyBayton
I buy them for the same reason I update apps - to make the reminder go away!
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Rory Sutherland Aug 16
Replying to @TheIdeaHunter
Lotharia?
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Rory Sutherland Aug 16
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