How Viral Stories Impact Major Economic Events | Davos 2020

Robert Shiller is a Nobel Prize-winning economist, a professor at Yale University, and the author of “Narrative Economics: How Stories Go Viral and Drive Major Economic Events.” Shiller believes compelling stories can impact actual economic outcomes. These narrative disruptions make it very difficult to make long-term economic predictions.

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How Viral Stories Impact Major Economic Events | Davos 2020

Adam Grant Explains What Traits Make Good Leaders | Davos 2020

Adam Grant says that the very traits that put people in leadership positions, like narcissism, are the same characteristics that make them bad leaders. Grant said a humble narcissist, someone that can pair grandiosity with a dedication to self-improvement, can actually be a very effective leader. When it comes to happiness, Grant said we are doing it all wrong. He points to research that suggests focusing on achieving happiness makes it harder to attain.

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What Business And Political Leaders Are Discussing Behind Closed Doors | Davos 2020

Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group, discusses the most important issues at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Climate is at the top of the agenda this year, but Bremmer said CEOs are having more discussions about the very likely possibility of an economic slowdown. Bremmer says if you want businesses to focus on sustainability, you have to figure out how to make sustainability good for business.

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