Check out comment #9 here. All we need is for Steven Levitt, David Runciman, and some Reader in Management somewhere to weigh in and we’ll be all set.

Posted by Andrew on 5 January 2012, 10:13 pm

Check out comment #9 here. All we need is for Steven Levitt, David Runciman, and some Reader in Management somewhere to weigh in and we’ll be all set.

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