Book review – Radical uncertainty: decision-making for an unknowable future

A new book by economist John Kay and former Bank of England governor Lord Mervyn King addresses the art of decision-making in an unforeseeable world
by Anthony Hilton FCSI(Hon)

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Professor John Kay (right), world-renowned economist, talking about radical uncertainty with George Littlejohn MCSI, senior adviser to the CISI, at a CISI event held on 11 March at Willis Towers Watson in London
“People who know only economics, do not know much about economics,” say John Kay and Mervyn King in their new book Radical Uncertainty.
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Published: 16 Mar 2020
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