If you’ve ever wondered why you think and feel a certain way about the world, the answers can likely be found in your social network. Matthew O. Jackson, William D. Eberle professor of economics at Stanford, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about how these networks act as composites of ourselves – and how they often forecast the paths we’ll take. His new book is called “The Human Network: How Your Social Position Determines Your Power, Beliefs, and Behaviors” (Pantheon).
MILAN - APRIL 08: People look at paintings dedicated to Marilyn Monroe, Paul Newman and John Lennon at MiArt, international exhibition of modern and contemporary art on April 08, 2011 in Milan, Italy. Adriano Castelli