From the list on human interactions and the complexity of social life.
Who am I?
Rajiv Sethi is an economist, currently a professor at Barnard College, Columbia University, and an external professor at the Santa Fe Institute. His research deals with information and beliefs, with particular focus on how stereotypes condition interactions among strangers.
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Why did Rajiv love this book?
Elizabeth Anderson writes with exceptional clarity and precision in ways that are jargon-free and accessible to a broad audience.
In this book she tackles a broad range of important and interconnected issues, including the burdens faced by negatively stereotyped individuals who must spend time and effort to dispel clouds of suspicion, and the proper understanding of meritocracy in selection practices.