A new exploration of systemic failure and uncommon success.
When should you think that you may be able to do something unusually well?
Inadequate Equilibria explores the central question of when we can (and can’t) expect to spot systemic inefficiencies, and exploit them.
It's a sharp and lively guidebook for anyone questioning when and how they can know better, and do better, than the status quo.
The best explanation I've ever read of why some things in society are nowhere near as good as they could be.
Some of the later chapters are a bit less compelling.
You should definitely read this book.Nathan Bashaw has used this product for one week.