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Oversupply, overload and overconfidence: themes from this week’s reading

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You are an individual. Just like everybody else.

The core idea in Mark Earls’ most recent book “I’ll have what she’s having” is that the unit of analysis for social behaviour should be the group not the individual. Collaborating with Anthropologists Alex Bentley and Michael O’Brien the book … Continue reading

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Book review: How Brands Grow – Byron Sharp

In How Brands Grow Byron Sharp examines the evidence behind good marketing strategy. The book is in effect a meta-analysis of how marketing affects behaviour. This sounds rather dry – single source panel data on buying habits and brand spend … Continue reading

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