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Why big companies squander brilliant ideas – Tim Harford (timharford.com)
2 points by absolute100 35 days ago | past | 1 comment
Statistics, lies and the virus: five lessons from a pandemic (timharford.com)
26 points by simonebrunozzi 75 days ago | past | 1 comment
Can the pandemic help us fix our technology problem? (timharford.com)
2 points by mpweiher 5 months ago | past | 1 comment
The pros and cons of libertarian lockdowns – or “don’t be a dickhead” (timharford.com)
2 points by x32n23nr 5 months ago | past
Will economists ever be as good at forecasting as meteorologists? (timharford.com)
2 points by hhs 8 months ago | past
The statistics behind the spread of ideas (timharford.com)
2 points by hhs 9 months ago | past
Why my purchase choices have the kiss of death (timharford.com)
2 points by hhs 9 months ago | past
How Sesame Street set a gold standard for education (timharford.com)
2 points by hhs 11 months ago | past
Algorithms judge us; how can we judge them? (timharford.com)
2 points by hhs 11 months ago | past
The Deadly Airship Race (timharford.com)
2 points by ZeljkoS 11 months ago | past | 1 comment
Why we fall for cons (timharford.com)
102 points by hhs 11 months ago | past | 49 comments
The weakest link theory that explains our economic woes (timharford.com)
1 point by hhs on Nov 14, 2019 | past
Martin Weitzman on the Economics of Climate Change (timharford.com)
1 point by smt1 on Oct 29, 2019 | past | 1 comment
Steve Levitt plays poker with the FT (2014) (timharford.com)
1 point by hhs on Oct 12, 2019 | past
The curious economics of being ripped off on holiday (timharford.com)
190 points by hhs on Sept 27, 2019 | past | 149 comments
We are all potential victims of the con artist (timharford.com)
1 point by AndrewDucker on Sept 20, 2019 | past
Should we take a few long holidays, or lots of short ones? (timharford.com)
31 points by hhs on Sept 13, 2019 | past | 7 comments
What we get wrong about meetings, and how to make them worth attending (timharford.com)
147 points by 80mph on Aug 29, 2019 | past | 59 comments
The strange power of the idea of “average” (timharford.com)
4 points by hhs on Aug 2, 2019 | past
Economics can raise its game (timharford.com)
4 points by hhs on July 26, 2019 | past
Why brilliant people lose their touch (timharford.com)
432 points by hhs on June 21, 2019 | past | 193 comments
Just because you’re paranoid, doesn’t mean the algorithms aren’t out to get you (timharford.com)
1 point by pivic on Mar 27, 2019 | past
Just because you’re paranoid, doesn’t mean the algorithms aren’t out to get you (timharford.com)
1 point by pajtai on Mar 22, 2019 | past
Behavioural Economics Helped Me Kick My Smartphone Addiction (timharford.com)
3 points by gmays on Feb 20, 2019 | past
Behavioural economics helped me kick my smartphone addiction (timharford.com)
2 points by malshe on Feb 14, 2019 | past
Behavioural economics helped me kick my smartphone addiction (timharford.com)
12 points by sien on Feb 13, 2019 | past | 3 comments
Why good forecasters become better people (timharford.com)
3 points by nabla9 on Dec 22, 2018 | past
Self help books that work (timharford.com)
4 points by asplake on Nov 23, 2018 | past | 1 comment
Why big companies squander brilliant ideas (timharford.com)
2 points by yarapavan on Nov 21, 2018 | past
Self help books that work (timharford.com)
2 points by yarapavan on Nov 21, 2018 | past

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