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Freakonomics

A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything - 600 - 760741

Taschenbuch von Steven D. Levitt und Stephen J. Dubner

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Artikel-Nr.:
70392284
Im Sortiment seit:
13.05.2011
Erscheinungsdatum:
08/2009
Medium:
Taschenbuch
Einband:
Kartoniert / Broschiert
Auflage:
New edition
Autor:
Levitt, Steven D.
Dubner, Stephen J.
Verlag:
Harper Collins Publ. USA
Sprache:
Englisch
Rubrik:
Wirtschaft
Allgemeines, Lexika, Geschichte
Seiten:
315
Gewicht:
155 gr
Beschreibung
In the summer of 2003, the New York Times Magazine sent Stephen J. Dubner, an author and journalist, to write a profile of Steven D. Levitt, a heralded young economist at the University of Chicago. Levitt was not remotely interested in the things that interest most economists. Instead, he studied the riddles of everyday life - from cheating to crime to child-rearing - and his conclusions turned the conventional wisdom on its head. For instance, he argued that one of the main causes of the crime drop of the 1990s was the legalization of abortion twenty years earlier. (Unwanted children have a greater likelihood of becoming criminals; with so many unwanted children being aborted in the 1970s, the pool of potential criminals had significantly shrunk by the 1990s.) The Times article yielded an unprecedented response, a deluge of interest from thousands of curious, inspired, and occasionally distraught readers. Levitt and Dubner collaborated on a book that gives full play to Levitt's most compelling ideas. Through forceful storytelling and pungent insight. FREAKONOMICS reminds us all that economics is, at root, the study of incentivesùhow people get what they want, or need, especially when other people want or need the same thing. Among the questions it answers: Which is more dangerous, a gun or a swimming pool? If drug dealers make so much money, why do they still live with their mothers? What makes a perfect parent? And, of course: What do schoolteachers and sumo wrestlers have in common? (Answer: they both cheat.)"
Information zum Autor
Steven Levitt is a Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago and an editor of The Journal of Political Economy. In January 2004 he was awarded the John Bates Clark medalfor the economist under 40 who has made the greatest contribution to the disciplineby the American Economic Association. Stephen J. Dubner is the author of Confessions of a Hero Worshiper and Turbulent Souls and is a former writer and editor at the New York Times Magazine. He lives in New York City with his family.
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