Why Winners Keep Winning – Of Dollars And Data


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In the late 1970s the view in the publishing world was that an author should never produce more than one book a year. The thinking was that publishing more than one book a year would dilute the brand name of the author.
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Why Winners Keep Winning On Cumulative Advantage and How to Think About Luck Photo: PxHere In the late 1970s the view in the publishing world was that an author…
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In the late 1970s the view in the publishing world was that an author should never produce more than one book a year. The thinking was that publishing more than one book a year would dilute the brand name of the author.
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In the late 1970s the view in the publishing world was that an author should never produce more than one book a year. The thinking was that publishing more than one book a year would dilute the brand…
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On Cumulative Advantage and How to Think About Luck Photo: PxHere In the late 1970s the view in the publishing world was that an author should never produce…
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However, what if we rigged the game such that we gave a particular color an advantage to start? For example, instead of giving 1 additional marble in each round, we give 100 additional marbles in each round. If we did this, one color would have a market share of 40% (200/500) while the remaining colors had a share 20% (100/500) starting round 2. This is a starting advantage of 20% (40% — 20%) in market share.
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In the late 1970s the view in the publishing world was that an author should never produce more than one book a year. The thinking was that publishing more than one book a year would dilute the brand…
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Why Winners Keep Winning On Cumulative Advantage and How to Think About Luck Photo: PxHere In the late 1970s the view in the publishing world was that an author…
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