I haven’t had much time to write a blog entry this week and the one I was writing became too complicated (on cognitive bias and discrimination – started very intuitively but I became mired in very slow thinking).
I thought it would be more enlightening if I shared a slide from a Powerpoint presentation that my 10 year old daughter emailed me late last week.
Most economists, political scientists etc. struggle with the formulation of a valid theory of change, a good results chain, and how to provide credible evidence of causality.
She took like 10 minutes. Thinking fast, slow.
What she left out was that we already have a cat, a dog, a crested gecko, four turtles, two guinea pigs and two hamsters.