Seeing Tomorrow: Weighing Financial Risk in Everyday Life
Ron S. Dembo has developed an analysis that can be applied to almost any decision, whether it’s a matter of placing a bet on a horse, buying a house, or – at the most exalted level – managing the investment activities of an international bank. In Seeing Tomorrow, Dembo, together with Economist staffer Andrew Freeman, lays out a new set of concepts and principles that anyone can use to guard against the unforeseen.
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