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How ‘Moneyball’ can make a great downtown

Ethan Elkind, director, Climate Program at Berkeley Law | February 10, 2012

Michael Lewis’s Moneyball was more than a book about how the small-market Oakland Athletics employed unconventional, statistics-based methods to beat bigger-money teams in the game of baseball. The genius of the book — and I’m probably biased here as a lifelong Oakland A’s fan — was its ability to expose human beings’ flawed sense of … Continue reading »