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Some research on advertising has found that doubling the amount spent on ads leads to a 15-20% increase in sales. But a new study shows that doubling ad spend led to only a 1% increase. This week on Freakonomics Radio:

In the original "Freakonomics" book, the authors argue that Rudy Giuliani perhaps got too much credit for lowering crime in New York because it was actually David Dinkins who massively increased funding for the police.

Some research on advertising has found that doubling the amount spent on ads leads to a 15-20% increase in sales. But a new study shows that doubling ad spend led to only a 1% increase. This week on Freakonomics Radio:

Does Advertising Actually Work? (Part 1: TV). This week on Freakonomics Radio:

@StevenDLevitt  spoke with @WSJ  about how America’s math curriculum is outdated and needs to change, a topic he's discussed on Freakonomics Radio (listen here: ). Read the article here:

This week on Freakonomics Radio, we explore the understudied impacts of noise. What do you think is the most annoying sound?

🆕 Podcast links: the battle for direct listings, the state of Freakonomics and the lifecycle of investment factors. image:

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Do we need to modernize math class? ‘Freakonomics’ co-author & other reformers are pushing for more equitable curriculum to better equips students for a data-driven world Interview w/ Dr. Stephen Wolfram on here >> #remarkablepeople 

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Thousands of people reportedly left New York City during the pandemic. It raises the question, what makes New York City so great in the first place? This week, an @NSQ_Show  spin on a recent Freakonomics Radio episode. Listen here:

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Some books that have been prohibited by prisons: -"Where’s Waldo?" -"Ulysses" -"The New Jim Crow" -a book of lunar maps -"Freakonomics" -manuals for Dungeons & Dragons -Barack Obama’s "Dreams From My Father" and "The Audacity of Hope"

Some books that have been prohibited by prisons: -"Where’s Waldo?" -"Ulysses" -"The New Jim Crow" -a book of lunar maps -"Freakonomics" -manuals for Dungeons & Dragons -Barack Obama’s "Dreams From My Father" and "The Audacity of Hope"

Some books that have been prohibited by prisons: -"Where’s Waldo?" -"Ulysses" -"The New Jim Crow" -a book of lunar maps -"Freakonomics" -manuals for Dungeons & Dragons -Barack Obama’s "Dreams From My Father" and "The Audacity of Hope"

We believe in the intrinsic value of all human life and even if abortion somehow reduces crime, it's still still not moral to kill babies in abortions. Freakonomics was a false then and it's still false now.

"The True Story of the Gender Pay Gap.” Harvard prof on Freakonomics radio.

We the Sheeple: A New Freakonomics Podcast. Politicians tell voters what they want to hear, even when it makes no sense

Freakonomics: Venezuela. The highest inflation rate in the world. 1 year and 8 months ->

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