Summary of Wait
The Useful Art of Procrastination
When it comes to making intelligent decisions, patience is a virtue.
In this thought-provoking study of decision making, professor Frank Partnoy argues that people make the best personal and professional choices when they take their time. Too often, human beings act quickly when it isn’t necessary. Partnoy helps you understand the mechanics of your thinking so that you can arrive at informed, unhurried decisions. For those who would relish a more leisurely pace, getAbstract recommends this cogent argument that time is on your side.
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About the Author
Frank Partnoy is the George E. Barrett Professor of Law and Finance at the University of San Diego.
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