May 16, 12 •
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Behavioral Economics, Businesses, Demand, Supply, and Markets, Innovation, Labor, Thinking Economically, Uncategorized •
Elaine Schwartz •
Sometimes it’s better to be at the bottom than the top. Explaining, Harvard’s Clay Christensen starts his story with the huge integrated steel firms and ends with the mini mill. Relatively cheaply, the mini mills melted scrap in electric furnaces
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