For example, engineers are much disciplined and are good at following rule-based systems. When they follow a rule-based back-tested system, this can help control emotional behavior. Emotions play a large part in financial markets.
Medical doctors are scientific and base their decisions on logic and evidence. Successful investors weigh the facts and a doctor’s thought process will give him an edge over those who make decisions based on emotions.
Who are China’s Leaders? How do they think? What does it mean for the future? These are the questions of the moment as New China celebrates its 60th anniversary, because China impacts everyone — an economic superpower competing in every arena of human endeavor. But China’s astonishing transformation comes with challenges and contradictions. Is there a looming “China Threat?” Or an emerging “China Model?”
How China’s Leaders Think — The Inside Story of China’s Reform and What This Means for the Future draws on personal, candid conversations with over 100 Chinese leaders across all sectors to delve into the way Chinese leaders think. Author Dr. Robert Lawrence Kuhn presents an insider’s view of how those who lead China feel about their country’s growing global strength — in trade, business and finance; in diplomacy, defense and security; in science, technology and innovation; in culture, media and sports — and how this impacts the world.