Animal behaviour: Decisions, decisions - The Economist

Animal behaviour: Decisions, decisions

Animal behaviour: Decisions, decisions - The Economist
Animal behaviour: Decisions, decisions
Published Feb 14, 2009
1203 words — Published Feb 14, 2009
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What people can learn from how social animals make collective decisions DICTATORS and authoritarians will disagree, but democracies work better. It has long been held that decisions made collectively by large groups of people are more...

  
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