Reframe: how to solve the world's trickiest problems: Eric Knight at TEDxMongKok





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Published on Jun 12, 2012

Eric Knight explains how you can get better at solving difficult problems and why it's better to be a fox than a hedgehog

Eric Knight is the author of bestselling new book, Reframe: how to solve the world's trickiest problems. It has been described as a Freakonomics for politics -- the story of how we make big decisions in a world with short attention spans.

Eric has worked as an economist consulting to the OECD, United Nations and the World Bank.

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