"As long as we can click on the truths we want, as long as truth is imagined as a desire satisfied in a politically and commercially saturated market, we will have a superabundance of facts that people hold as true. Everyone will get what he wants, and the public — and its trust in truth — will fall apart."
"This is a book written by an optimist and a citizen of the United Kingdom, Europe, and the world: the broad sense it conveys of a more just economy is one of its many appealing qualities. It will stand as a model whatever the outcome of one election or another."
"To be fully honored, Iris Bohnet's methods must be put into practice. So, while we believe WHAT WORKS was indeed the business book of the year in 2016, we also hope others find it’s the best business book for them and their organizations in 2017, and ’18, and on, and on… until gender equality is realized. Our collective future depends on it."
Data is increasingly a focus of technology competition. And academics and some policy makers are considering whether big internet companies like Google and Facebook might use their data resources as a barrier to new entrants and innovation.