Towards more consistent decision making
(Review of Daniel Kahneman’s new book ‘Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgement’)
Keywords:Decision making, biases, Behavioural economics
Kahneman’s latest work takes us one step closer to understanding flaws in human decision making. Policy commentator Ian McAuley reflects on the applicability of Kahneman’s concept of decision hygiene to dealing with complex challenges – such as a global pandemic.
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