Long-termism

by Ryan Rafaty for King’s Review

long-termism > noun [mass noun] the practice of making decisions with a view towards long-term objectives or consequences.[i]

Few vices of contemporary life have been more publicly derided yet institutionally persistent than short-term thinking. ‘Short-termism’ has become a dirty word, and it does not take a great deal of retrospection to understand why.

Full text in King’s Review: Long-termism

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