Summary: We are often told that we should trust our intuition. But sometimes, intuition can be badly wrong. Ian McMaster Editor-in-chief of Business Spotlight in Germany Last week, I looked at the danger of drawing the wrong conclusion about the causal relationship between two events. Just because event B follows event A doesn’t necessarily mean it is caused by it. For example, Britain’s economic problems have increased dramatically since Gordon Brown became prime minister. But this doesn’t mean that his leadership is the...
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