The first non-fiction book by New York Times journalist Stephen J. Dubner and University of Chicago economist Steven Levitt is titled Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything. The book, which was released on April 12 by William Morrow, has been characterised as fusing pop culture and economics. Over 4 million copies of the book had been sold globally by late 2009. Based on the popularity of the first book, Levitt and Dubner expanded the Freakonomics brand into a multi-media franchise. This included a sequel book, a feature film, a regular radio show on National Public Radio, and a weekly blog.
The Freakonomics books by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner existed before there was a podcast. They have garnered several accolades, sold millions of copies worldwide, and elevated the name “Freakonomics” to a status symbol in popular culture. Freakonomics Radio and our other podcasts were also influenced by them. Levitt and Dubner might publish other books in the future. All four are present for the reading right now.
A book named Freakonomics was first published, followed by a blog, a documentary, several books, a pair of pants, and, in 2010, Freakonomics Radio, a podcast. One of the most well-known podcasts in the world, it is hosted by Stephen J. Dubner and has a reputation for rigorous yet entertaining storytelling. The show airs weekly on NPR stations, and its back catalogue of more than 500 episodes is accessible for free on any podcast platform.
PDF Name: Freakonomics Book by Stephen J. Dubner and Steven Levitt PDF
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