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August 13, 2011

Gillian Tett & Reptiles

Only someone trained as an anthropologist, like The Financial Time’s U.S. Editor Gillian Tett was, can appreciate not just behavioral economics, but also all things cross-cutting, cross-breeding, or cross-pollinating.  She knows insights can come from anywhere, academic, professional and ideological silos be damned.  While it would have been a bit more interesting if she also talked about human and reptilian chameleons, don’t miss her column today, entitled “The Unmasking of our Inner Reptiles in Times of Crisis.”

 
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