Debiasing the corporation: An interview with Nobel laureate Richard Thaler

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The University of Chicago professor explains how executives can battle back against biases that can affect their decision making.

Whether standing at the front of a lecture hall at the University of Chicago or sharing a Hollywood soundstage with Selena Gomez, Professor Richard H. Thaler has made it his life’s work to understand and explain the biases that get in the way of good decision making.

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