Mussolini and Hitler
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The favourable dictator

Social beings that we are, we regularly rely on favours from others, but bluntly asking is rather awkward. Are there better ways? Yes, there are!

It is hard to imagine our life without the small favours we grant to, or receive from other people. They oil the wheels of social interaction, from holding the door open for someone…

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Accidental behavioural economist in search of wisdom. Uses insights from (behavioural) economics in organization development. On Twitter as @koenfucius

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Koen Smets

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Accidental behavioural economist in search of wisdom. Uses insights from (behavioural) economics in organization development. On Twitter as @koenfucius

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