Playlist: Surprising Ideas

TED speakers, like behavioral economist Dan Ariely, share some curious ideas. i

TED speakers, like behavioral economist Dan Ariely, share some curious ideas. Asa Mathat/Courtesy of TED hide caption

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TED speakers, like behavioral economist Dan Ariely, share some curious ideas.

TED speakers, like behavioral economist Dan Ariely, share some curious ideas.

Asa Mathat/Courtesy of TED

We made playlists of TED Radio Hour stories that will keep you curious about big ideas throughout the summer.

You'll look at the world in a different way after listening to these stories. This playlist includes TED speakers talking about where ideas come from, why we cheat, and how we perceive value.

Steven Johnson: Where Do Good Ideas Come From?

Dan Ariely: Where's The Line Between Cheating A Little and Cheating A Lot?

Rory Sutherland: What's The Difference Between Real And Perceived Value?

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