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“Unfortunately this post, much like the associated chapter in Freakonomics is inherently flawed.”
“What I am curious to learn, especially after reading about the financial situation and foresight of the majority of gang members in Freakonomics, is how Shine, Orlando, Tony-T and all those others feel about improving their lives; i.e. what is or would be, to them, the single most important thing to improve their chances on a safer, healthier and more prosperous life?”
“Yup, because serious policy wonks know that Freakonomics is a credible work of policy and analysis.”
“I thought that a lot of the questions asked in Freakonomics were not terribly interesting to me as an economist.”
“Personally, I find Levitt's section in Freakonomics on the effect of campaign financing convincing.”
“The new documentary based on Freakonomics is a very clever, entertaining, seemingly random, fact-loaded commentary on the workings of our world.”
“El Bruce, sounds kind of like a chapter in Freakonomics which compared drug dealers to WalMart employees.”
“As anthology films go, Freakonomics is an entertaining - if occasionally scattershot - documentary.”
“Q: The “cheating teacher” analysis in Freakonomics was an elegant piece of work.”
“Every teenager needing a little S.A.T. score boost would make a trip to the bookstore and see that Freakonomics is 207 pages long and Crime and Punishment is over 700 pages.”
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