Friday, May 13, 2011

Spousonomics


ESLPod Blog: Spousonomics

Economics is the study of how we produce (make), consume (use), and transfer (give to someone else) various kinds of goods (physical things) and services (actions) . . . [A] 2005 book, Freakonomics, tries to explain different aspects of modern culture and living using economics . . .Now we have a new book in this same spirit (using this same idea or same approach) called Spousonomics, which tries to understand married people and their relationships through economic analysis. (Your spouse is the person you are married to.) (Read more)

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