Talking 'Freakonomics' with Steven Levitt Why should you avoid using the word "spacious" if you're trying to sell your house? What does Paul Feldman's bagel delivery business teach us about corporate corruption? Is there a way to bet on the horses and consistently win? Economist Steven Levitt shares some unconventional insight from his book, Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything.
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Talking 'Freakonomics' with Steven Levitt

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Talking 'Freakonomics' with Steven Levitt

Talking 'Freakonomics' with Steven Levitt

Talking 'Freakonomics' with Steven Levitt

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Why should you avoid using the word "spacious" if you're trying to sell your house? What does Paul Feldman's bagel delivery business teach us about corporate corruption? Is there a way to bet on the horses and consistently win? Economist Steven Levitt shares some unconventional insight from his book, Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything.