The difference: How the power of diversity creates better groups, firms, schools, and societies

This book is an argument for the importance of diversity in society. It is not naive, in the sense that it does not argue that any diversity is helpful, but rather tries to distinguish some of the ways in which it can be helpful and, hence, some the conditions under which it can be helpful. It does this is a largely non technical language and using informal argument using argument, examples and a review of the evidence to support its conclusions. It ends with some policy suggestions, particularly in terms of university admission and job recruitment.
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