Mistakes: How They Have Happened and How Some Might Be Avoided

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Nick Gardner, Feb 28, 2007 - Business & Economics - 330 pages
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A multidisciplinary examination of avoidable mistakes and their causes, drawing upon contributions from media analysis, political theory, forecasting technology and neuropsychology
 

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A brilliant book about the mistakes that have been made in the world.

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After a brief career as a flight test observer, Nick Gardner worked as a professional engineer in two industrial companies and in the British Government's Concorde project office. He then worked as an economist in three government departments and served as economic adviser to four British Cabinet Ministers. He is now a writer.

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