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Key Points from Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know

by Adam Grant When people reflect on what it takes to be mentally fit, the first idea that comes to mind is usually intelligence. The smarter you are, the more complex the problems you can solve—and the faster you can … Continue reading

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Deng Xiaoping and the Transformation of China

Recently, in an effort to better understand the Chinese culture and history, I decided to read a well-acclaimed book on Chinese history between the 1960s until early 1990s that centered on the leadership of Deng Xiaoping, arguably one of the … Continue reading

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Key Points from The Cost of Free Money

Another well-written and provocative economic book I read last month was written by Paola Subacchi, Professor of International Economics at Queen Mary University of London and thought leader in global capital flow. In her book published last year, she argued … Continue reading

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Key Points from A World Without Work

The world is rapidly changing and many tasks that has historically deemed to be impossible to be automate are now either done completely by robots, or aided by it. With technological advancement only to accelerate, what is the value of … Continue reading

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Key Points from The Costs of Inequality in Latin America

The Costs of Inequality in Latin America: Lessons and Warnings for the Rest of the World by Diego Sánchez-Ancochea Inequality has historically contributed to many social ills, from low economic growth to weak democratic institutions and high levels of violence. … Continue reading

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