Aug 25, 11 •
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Behavioral Economics, Businesses, Developing Economies, Economic Thinkers, Innovation, Labor, Macroeconomic Measurement, Thinking Economically •
Elaine Schwartz •
Faster people tend to live in wealthier nations. According to psychologist Robert Levine, cultures with faster walkers probably have more people, a cooler climate, a “vital economy” and they value individualism. Measuring “tempo” in 31
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