We all accept that the rich and powerful people who gather in Davos each year are probably the world's worst group, in an abstract sense. Now, though, there is statistical proof.
Thanks to this wonderful statistical roundup of Davos attendees in The Economist, we can say for certain that the average Davos delegate is the following things:
-A Harvard graduate.
-A business person.
And the companies that send delegates to Davos underperform the market as a whole. So we may say that the typical Davos delegate is a rich European Harvard grad businessman who's not even good at his job.
Imagine being snowed in with thousands of those dudes and a bunch of politicians.