Research Scholar Robert Frank's book on success and luck is highlighted
— September 1, 2016
Excerpt from Bloomberg -- "'There are people who just don’t want to hear about the possibility that they didn’t do it all themselves,' Frank says. Mild-mannered and self-effacing, he isn’t about to tell the rich 'you didn’t build that,' as Obama did (and likely regretted). Frank’s new book, Success and Luck: Good Fortune and the Myth of Meritocracy, is a study in diplomacy. Combining memoir with academic research, it’s an earnest argument that all of us—even the rich—would be better off recognizing how luck can lead to success."