Monday, August 28, 2006

Going beyond the surface

An interesting post on the Freakonomics Blog about how people who have read the book are starting to question and delve deeper into the whys and hows of daily economics. This one's about a reader who wrote to them about his experience on renting a car from Hertz.
It is amazing how many people now write to us to tell us that they have done exactly that—started to ask a lot of questions and think through problems for themselves and arrive at interesting conclusions. It is as if we inadvertently deputized a bunch of people to wander through the world and poke around beneath the surface to see what they can dig up.
Read the full post here.

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