An economist with an eye for wit and almost everything else gives his opinion on various things: resulting in Freakonomics, a book on getting what you want.
Summary of the Book
Following public demands after Steven D. Levitt's first foray into the economics of everything, Stephen J. Dubner revisits Levitt's theories on life, crime, wisdom and everything else under the sun. Levitt's studies link the questions which put drug lords in their mother's houses, how good parenting doesn't really influence education and how the Ku Klux Klan and real-estate agents are similar.
About the Authors
Steven D. Levitt is an American economist. He is best known for his views on the relationship between legalized abortion and the drop in crime rates.
Levitt received his PhD. in economics from MIT. He is currently the William D. Ogden Distinguished Service Professor and the Director of The Becker Center on Price Theory at the University of Chicago.
Stephen J. Dubner is an American journalist.
Levitt and Dubner have also co-written SuperFreakonomics.
A brilliantly flawed piece of work
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As the name says
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One of the most rare kind of books
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