In Freakonomics, the authors explore a number of simple but usually unasked issues with their exceptional clinical minds and unfetterd curiosity. Steven D. Levitt is no typical economist and has a habit of examining the hidden side of daily ordinary things. Unconventional and freakish, this little book adopts a more layman tone to express the economics working behind various bodies ranging from corporate-style drug dealers to cheating teachers. If you are not sensitive to numbers, don’t worry. This book unfolds the mysterious matrix in a manner that guarantees easy understanding with the aid of amiable storytelling and detailed background information.

by Steven D. Levitt, Stephen J. Dubner
Penguin Books
Condition: Good
Flow Price: HK$ 39


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