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Freakonomics by Steven D. Levitt
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Apr 14, 07

bookshelves: 2006, economics, library, non-fiction, dead-tree
Read in February, 2006

In hindsight, I should have read this book rather than listening to it in the car. I still might since I really want to take a look at all the diagrams and tables that I didn't get to see. I loved Levitt's different approach to microeconomics, and his sometimes unorthodox subjects and conclusions. It was especially interesting since I understood the economic and statistical theory behind all of Levitt's work. I really want to find some papers he's published.

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