One of Bloomberg View’s “Five Books to Change Conservatives’ Minds,” chosen by Cass SunsteinOne of Choice's Outstanding Academic Titles for 2016Honorable Mention for the 2017 PROSE Award in Economics, Association of American PublishersLonglisted for the Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year 2016The reminder about the important role of luck is welcome. (Enlightened Economist)Frank is not just arguing that luck plays an important role in the lives of successful people such as Al Pacino. If that were all he was doing, his book would be engaging but trivial. But it is much more interesting than that.---Tyler Cowen, Financial TimesA deep and stimulating book.---Tyler Cowen, Marginal RevolutionFrank's book gives a compelling argument for why we should consider our collective needs more when we look to change society for the better.---Jill Suttie, Psy.D., Greater GoodWell reasoned, coherent, and compelling--Frank is one of the great writers of economics. (Fortune)The most striking of Frank's arguments is a computer-simulated proof of luck's importance, even in very nearly meritocratic situations.---Tim Smith-Laing, Daily Telegraph
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