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“Since the 1980s, car seats have led to about 145,000 fewer births.” — @BCCarrollSchool’s David Solomon. This week on Freakonomics Radio: can car seats double as contraception?

“Since the 1980s, car seats have led to about 145,000 fewer births.” — @BCCarrollSchool’s David Solomon. This week on Freakonomics Radio: can car seats double as contraception?

Always struck me as serendipitous that Freakonomics, the first 'economics explains everything' book, was released just 2 years before economics failed to explain the single biggest crisis in decades

How Much Do We Really Care About Children? This week on Freakonomics Radio:

“I would say somewhere between complete hatred and not even noticing.” — @StevenDLevitt  on the response to Freakonomics research that showed car seats aren’t all that much better than seat belts. Listen here:

“I would say somewhere between complete hatred and not even noticing.” — @StevenDLevitt  on the response to Freakonomics research that showed car seats aren’t all that much better than seat belts. Listen here:

“We Get All Our Great Stuff from Europe — Including Witch Hunting.” This week, a special episode of @MostlyAdmiring  on Freakonomics Radio:

Happy 2021! In 2020, Freakonomics Radio had 100 million downloads. If you listened to one (or more), thank you! This will be an even bigger year for the Freakonomics Radio Network.

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2020 was a doozy. Now more than ever, we need more social trust in society. How can we get it? Listen to this episode of Freakonomics Radio to find out:

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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"

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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