Freakonomics co-author Stephen J. Dubner uncovers the hidden side of everything. Why is it safer to fly in an airplane than drive a car? How do we decide whom to marry? Why is the media so full of bad news? Also: things you never knew you wanted to know about wolves, bananas, pollution, search engines, and the quirks of human behavior.
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He turned a small Hollywood talent agency into a massive sports-and-entertainment empire. In a freewheeling conversation, he explains how he did it and why it nearly killed him.
Sure, markets work well in general. But for some transactions — like school admissions and organ transplants — money alone can’t solve the problem. That’s when you need a market-design wizard like Al Roth. Plus: We hear from a listener who, inspired ... more
Museums are purging their collections of looted treasures. Can they also get something in return? And what does it mean to be a museum in the 21st century? (Part 3 of “Stealing Art Is Easy. Giving It Back Is Hard.”)
Fascinating episode as ever. It made me think, which is always a good thing, Maybe col Bogdanos should take 5 minutes to do the same thing though. Whenever anybody talking about an obviously complex subject says it's simple my hackles rise. If defining something as stolen and returning it really is as simple as he suggests then any American with non native American heritage, such as the colonel, had better find somewhere else to live. So no, defining theft and ownership of ancient artifacts isn'... more
More than the unique topics that they cover, what I really love about Freakonomincs Radio is the presentation by Steven Dubner and the impeccable editing. Interviews are paused with a cut, context/caveats added, and then swiftly moves back to the interview to present a nice cohesive story that is just absolutely easy listening to and follow. Just love it. One criticism that I do have of it is that most of the topics are heavily US/UK focused. I’d love to see unique topics from India, South East ... more
as an iranian, i'd rather not receive them unless the regime changes! they are even selling and renting our historical monuments! 😢
Entertaining and informative. One of my favorites.
Was I wondering about repatriating stolen art? No. Was it fascinating? Absolutely! Another example of well- researched reporting on subjects that you didn’t even know you were interested in. Well done!
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