Book review: Daniel Kahneman sounds out judgment flaws in Noise

In Noise, author Daniel Kahneman does a deep dive into the world of judgment, exploring how and why judgments go wrong and what can be done to correct them. PHOTOS: COURTESY OF WILLIAM COLLINS, WILLIAM COLLINS
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By Daniel Kahneman, Olivier Sibony and Cass R. Sunstein
William Collins/ Paperback/ 454 pages/ $30.98/ Available here
5 out of 5

People make judgments all the time - for example, about people, future events and investments - and are often beneficiaries or victims of judgments made by others.

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