Fun. Whether you read Freakonomics or not, Superfreakonomics provides lots of entertaining facts as the economist Steven D. Levitt and journalist Stephen J. Dubner return with another quirky set of examples from the exciting world of behavioral economics. The prostitutes are back, along with terrorists, car seats, medical hand washing and a host of other explorations. The pace is jaunty, the facts delectable, and the result a story or two to pass along in conversation. Prepare to laugh and groan. Just don’t let a friend walk home drunk. Read Superfreakonomics and find out why.
Rating: Three-star (Recommended)