Skin in the Game: Hidden Asymmetries in Daily Life

By Nassim Nicholas Taleb - Rating: 8/10

Another rambling philosophical tome from Taleb. It expands on the idea that good policy emerges from the participants having skin in the game. I’m not sure it works as a coherent whole, but there are enough nuggets of brilliance scattered between the insults, diatribes and math to make it worthwhile.

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