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A haphazard collection of my favorite episodes from other podcasts, including many that are now only available from archives. Creating so my wife and I can listen to them on my multi-month road trip across the US.

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    • Vrije tijd

A haphazard collection of my favorite episodes from other podcasts, including many that are now only available from archives. Creating so my wife and I can listen to them on my multi-month road trip across the US.

    Freakonomics - Does Money Really Buy Elections? (Ep. 57)

    Freakonomics - Does Money Really Buy Elections? (Ep. 57)

    We all know the answer is yes. But the data — and Rudy Giuliani — say no.

    • 5 min.
    Freakonomics - Wildfires, Cops, and Keggers (Ep. 47)

    Freakonomics - Wildfires, Cops, and Keggers (Ep. 47)

    An election cycle brings about more than voting around the world. There are many odd by-products, often inspired by how the incentives line up for those in power.

    • 4 min.
    Freakonomics - The Decline and Fall of Violence (Ep. 43)

    Freakonomics - The Decline and Fall of Violence (Ep. 43)

    The world is a more peaceful place today that at any time in history — by a long, long shot.

    • 5 min.
    Freakonomics - Why Is “I Don’t Know” So Hard to Say? (Ep. 56)

    Freakonomics - Why Is “I Don’t Know” So Hard to Say? (Ep. 56)

    Levitt and Dubner answer your FREAK-quently Asked Questions about certifying politicians, irrational fears, and the toughest three words in the English language.

    • 15 min.
    Freakonomics - Weird Recycling (Ep. 52)

    Freakonomics - Weird Recycling (Ep. 52)

    Clever ways to not waste our waste.

    • 24 min.
    Freakonomics - Exit Interview: Schools Chancellor, NYC (Ep. 16)

    Freakonomics - Exit Interview: Schools Chancellor, NYC (Ep. 16)

    Having already amassed an eventful resume — the Clinton White House, the Department of Justice, and Bertelsmann — Joel I. Klein spent the past eight years at chancellor of the biggest school system in the country. So what’d he learn?

    • 14 min.

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