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P.T. Barnum Had it Right!

Our November book is Predictably irrational : the hidden forces that shape our decisions by Dan Ariely. Ariely, a behavioral economist, shows us how and why we make such a mess of our supposedly rational choices, why we are ethically inconsistent, and how easily we are duped. Sounds like fun eh?

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  • Helga

    We had a lively discussion about Dan Ariely's book, "Predictably Irrational". It has some good insights into how people work. A lot of us had read "Freakonomics", and it was interesting to compare and contrast the two books.

    November 11, 2010

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