- The new revised and expanded edition of Freakonomics is now available.
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Why ask why? Levitt and Dubner explain it. This book is a fresh new view, of our old world. Read It!Published 2 days ago by Pat B.
Story after story... Massively engaging. Hours of cocktail party fodder. (If only I could get invited to cocktail parties). Loved itPublished 3 days ago by rob0bOy
What the author says make sense or not is not what I am going to commend today.
But I enjoyed reading this book, that's for sure. Read more
I had a hard time putting this book down because I love odd facts....especially about human behavior. Very well written and easy to read. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Heather
It's kinda not quite a mishmash of bizzare numbers and facts that amuse without having to think too hard
but not quite a serious account of numbers compiled to make you think... Read more
Blew my mind, expanded my thinking on a wide range of subjects. Very thought provoking and an easy read. Worth every penny!Published 12 days ago by Californiabelge
A good book about what happens or does not happen in the real world as compared to "expert" analysis. An easy read but I felt there were too few examples. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Nora Gainey
If you're interested in basic human/social behavior, statistics or just like to be dumbfounded by counter-intuitive results, this book will sit nicely in your hands until you've... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Majid Mubarak
Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything takes the subject of the often viewed as boring, economics, and puts a different twist on it by comparing it... Read morePublished 17 days ago by christina