The Efficient Community Hypothesis

The Efficient Community Hypothesis

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The visionary Stowe Boyd recently kindly invited me to give a talk at his awesome Social Business Edge conference next week. I couldn't make it, unfortunately — so here's the talk I was going to give instead. Enjoy!! "Why Are 25 Hedge Fund Managers Worth 658,000 teachers?" A poignant question...
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