Freakonomics

Are you interested in learning how the world really works? This 2005 book by economist Steven D. Levitt and journalist Stephen Dubner looks beneath the surface of various everyday (and not so everyday) situations and breaks down how things work. For instance, do you believe you're getting the best deal if you're a homeowner who hires a real-estate agent to sell your house? You might be surprised. The book also explores the economics of the worlds of drug dealing and Sumo wrestling, among a wide array of other topics

Steven D. Levitt, et.al., CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2005-12-27
ISBN: 9780060896379
Language:English

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