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Trust and the Scale of Management

by Robin Dunbar


May 15, 2022

We are apt to forget that, as a species, we have only lived in settlements of any size for around 8000 years, and in large scale complex societies for considerably less than half that time. For most of our history back into the mists of time, we lived as hunter-gatherers ... (cont)

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Trust Matters

by Karen Cook


Mar 26, 2019

As Bank of England Chief Economist Andy Haldane1 observes, “Finance is built on trust. It is based on promises about tomorrow, often paper promises backed by nothing other than words on a page. When trust in those promises breaks down, so too does the financial system.” Kenneth Arrow, the Nobel Prize-winning economist, was among the first to acknowledge the significance of trust in our day-to-day transactions. ... cont