Leaders try to fix every problem but end up getting nothing done
It is therefore long past time to identify and prioritise our most crucial goals. The think tank Copenhagen Consensus, together with several Nobel laureates and more than a hundred leading economists, has done exactly that, identifying where our dollars, rupees and shillings might be devoted, to do the most good. Bjorn Lomborg writes together with Jordan Peterson in The Telegraph (also available here).
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