In some cases, when spurious associations influence high-level decision-making, superstitious learning may be costly. One 2020 study of Swedish biotech companies found that two CEOs who had come to associate certain marketing strategies with success religiously repeated the same steps in their new start-ups – even though there was no logical reason to think that the specific approach could work again.

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