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Stanford Graduate School of Business
All Else Equal
Making Better Decisions
Join Stanford GSB finance professor Jonathan Berk and Jules van Binsbergen of The Wharton School in a conversation with prominent business leaders about common flaws in the decision making process and what to do about them. Learn more at Else Equal: Making Better Decisions Podcast is a production of Stanford Graduate School of Business and is produced by
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4.7 stars from 82 ratings
Top Notch
This excellent podcast is a public service.
BK9535 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/24/23
Love your concept professors
Thank you for this. Solid learning material for entrepreneur/starter as myself. Keep going!
padeosarran via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/31/23
In general, I love the show. Ep23, however, was a real disappointment. You made many of the mistakes that you are always cautioning against, presented your opinion as absolute fact, offered strawman alternatives and misidentified causation. There were some points that were somewhat valid,...Read full review »
hpostley via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/25/23
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