Dan Ariely is a professor of behavioral economics at Duke University and visiting professor at the MIT Media Lab. A behavioral economist, Ariely is the author of the groundbreaking and bestselling book, Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions.
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n In the current issue of strategy + business magazine, Christopher Vollmer, a partner with Booz & Company in New York City, comments on the “digital Darwinism” that is reshaping […]