Nassim N. Taleb is a former derivatives trader who became a scholar and philosophical essayist in 2006. Although he is currently Distinguished Professor of Risk Engineering at New York University's Polytechnic Institute, he self-funds his research and operates in the manner of independent scholars.
Taleb is the author of The Black Swan (2007-2010) and Antifragile (2012). His work focuses on decision making under uncertainty, as well as technical and philosophical problems with probability and metaprobability, in other words "what to do in a world we don't understand."
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Last Updated: Fri, Mar 29, 2013
|Podcast||How Things Gain from Disorder||Nassim Taleb||Author||52:47||04/2013|
|Video||How Things Gain from Disorder [Entire Talk]||Nassim Taleb||Author||52:46||04/2013|
|Video||The True Nature of Fragile Systems||Nassim Taleb||Author||05:10||04/2013|
|Video||Trial With Small Error||Nassim Taleb||Author||03:12||04/2013|
|Video||Dangers of Protecting the Status Quo||Nassim Taleb||Author||01:19||04/2013|
|Video||Skin in the Game||Nassim Taleb||Author||02:48||04/2013|