Why Most Things Fail

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Why Most Things Fail: Evolution, Extinction and Economics, is a 255-page book published in 2005 by Paul Ormerod.[1]

Why Most Things Fail does for business collapse what years of journalism have done for business success. It identifies the subtle patterns that comprise the apparent disorder of failures and analyzes how they occur. The book was named a Business Book of the Year 2006 by Business Week.[2]

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