Storks, babies and strategy

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Is strategy, like economics “pre-science, like astronomy before Copernicus and Galileo.” (Steve Keen: Debunking Economics )? We laugh at superstitions like“Storks and babies arrive around the same time – storks must bring babies”, but all that is different in most of the strategy science today (and much other social science), is that we use econometrics to ‘prove’ there really is a statistically significant correlation between storks and babies.

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