The economics of love, flossing, and altruism

Tim Harford is answering readers’ questions at the Freakonomics blog. If you like economics, I expect this will be the funniest thing you’ll read this week.

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2 Responses to The economics of love, flossing, and altruism

  1. Thinking In Old Ways says:

    Thanks Andrew – I guess from your perspective his answer to the final question is a little bit lacking – the obvious point is that there has not been a randomised trial 🙂

  2. Andrew Leigh says:

    😉 I promise to stop talking about randomised trials if the government will start running a bunch of them.

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