Gary Loveman used to be an economics professor at Harvard Business School. He studied things like the development of the private sector in Poland.
Now he runs Ceasars Entertainment Corporation, a giant gambling company. But he still thinks like an academic. He likes to say there are three things that can get you fired from Caesars: Stealing, sexual harassment and running an experiment without a control group.
On today's show, he tells us how he got from Harvard to Caesars, and explains the surprising results of some of his real-world experiments.
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