This occasional series of good readings from around the web appears when the week’s readings have been thought-provoking. The themes are strategy, technology, investment and regulation, but sometimes they just cannot be separated.
Adrian Chan (@gravity7) shared this article from 2006: differentiating risk aversion from betrayal aversion using game theory.
Sustainable Innovation is tricky. Always provocative, Alan mentions MIT-Sloan’s research and discusses why just reducing the cost of technology does not help innovation.
Chris Yeh explains why founders reap (seemingly) disproportionate rewards.
In policy-making, the intent matters but the outcomes, including unseen outcomes matter more. Ruth Levine asks if the US will have better global health policies but get worse results.