By Austin Walters, Managing Partner of SpringTide

Living in a markedly different cultural environment, I began to learn that societies develop comparative strengths and weaknesses over time in response to conditions on the ground.

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The idea is counterintuitive; everyone knows that in order to produce illuminating, actionable results, researchers should assemble large, diverse pools of research subjects – the largest they can handle – and see what insights they can skim out of this “Big Data.”

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