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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.



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