Rūta Mrazauskaitė on Ivy League School AdmissionsPublic policy analyst / LawyerSome time ago
Sharing a thought provoking read by Cass Sunstein: “Evolution favors the most cooperative — and the friendliest.” What if the ones that survive and thrive are not the fittest - but the ones who learn to be friendly, cooperative and see past the silly (societal some would say) divisions? I love reading his books and his articles and had the opportunity to attend his classes that have been just as exciting! *** How to pick a grad school for studying abroad? Naturally, one of the first steps should be checking the international academic rankings. A great idea for the second step is to do some research and see which ones of your most followed researchers work at which university. For example, for a long time I have been following the work of Cass Sunstein on how behavioural sciences (and behavioural economy) can be used for empowering changes. He is teaching at Harvard Law School - so by pursuing my degree there, I could attend his classes, talks and engage in discussions on the issues I’ve been so passionate about. https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2020-06-13/urban-foxes-are-evolving-that-s-good-for-homo-sapiens?fbclid=IwAR1Rv3FiQGkh3vFx9r0B2ZiDgfp8037-VEKY6m681B7Y6Wbeuv8VfzgaP7c
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Gabija GrušaitėAuthor of Stasys Šaltoka, Co-Founder of Qoorio & Vieta
Survival of the friendliest! It definitely works for dogs, also the survival of the cutest. I guess, we the people are not above it also. The romantic ideals of the lone hero are not very practical 🤔
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Rūta MrazauskaitėPublic policy analyst / Lawyer
Yeah, but romantic may not be intended to be practical ;-)
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What is common between ballet and investments? Discipline. Five years into his tenure as chief investment professional of Stanford University’s $29bn endowment, one of the largest in the US, Mr Wallace has helped cement the “West Coast Ivy” into the highest echelon of institutional investment.  https://www.ft.com/content/2ab5a815-58c0-4b58-9283-6a1aeb8d1887?accessToken=zwAAAXWH9ItAkc8qtagVWMBLWNOSg2oa640Yhw.MEQCIEiJ3JaLnrkLmlM09Lm8DXKXHhIutzEWcdBC7hfF3OJwAiA0NCylu0U6o6YpdKyWoFWboOxpyzwtMSSW1hXtG0S_Jw&sharetype=gift?token=9d44a046-a903-44dd-a189-b4dffc7f816d
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Premier league team of the week Five Chelsea players 😍😍😍💙✊ James Silva Chilwell Werner Ziyech Congratulations guys 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏✊
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Naivedya ParamarthaMarketing, IoT, sports, coffee & booksSome time ago
The US sports rights market is valued close to $88 billion dollars with the current broadcast deals, where as Europe with it’s top 5 football leagues has an evaluation of €21 billion. Although one point to consider is that American Sports rights have longer contracts compared to the European counterparts #sports #sportsrights #OTT #TVrights

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Naivedya ParamarthaMarketing, IoT, sports, coffee & books
Hi Mangirdas. I think US has looked at sports with business objectives since the 1980s NBA, where as Europe has got into sports business much later, previously it was just management. Adding to that, data has been important since the 2000s in the USA where as Europe have initiated this process in 2010.
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