Tekniikan lisäksi olen kiinnostunut myös taloudesta monesta näkökulmasta – kansantaloudesta, rahoitusmarkkinoista, rahamarkkinoista, finanssipolitiikasta jne.
Tämän innoittamana hakeuduin opiskelemaan Tampereen yliopiston kansantaloustiedettä ja valmistuinkin kauppatieteiden maisteriksi lopulta vuonna 2008. Opiskeluni sisälsivät kansantaloutta, tilastotiedettä, sisäistä ja ulkoista laskentatointa, markkinointia ja rahoitusta. Myöhemmin olen täydentänyt kaupallisia opintojani vielä oikeustieteen opinnoilla. Pro Gradu – työni aiheena oli “Osaketuottojen volatiliteetin mallintaminen”.
- Congratulations to Nobel Laureate Richard Thaler!by Stephen J. Dubner on 9.10.2017 at 12:14
It should surprise no one, and delight everyone, that Richard Thaler has won this year’s Nobel in economics. Congratulations! Thaler is a big reason I personally got interested in economics. (I’ve known him quite a bit longer than I’ve known Steve Levitt.) He is everything to be admired in a scholar and thinker: original, judicious, crafty, and more than a . . . The post Congratulations to Nobel Laureate Richard Thaler! appeared first on Freakonomics.
- Calling All Music-Industry Insiders and the Economists Who Love Themby Stephen J. Dubner on 26.6.2017 at 21:41
The Princeton economist Alan Krueger — he led the Council of Economic Advisers under Obama, and his research has been featured several times on Freakonomics.com — is among a group of scholars launching a new endeavor. It’s called the Music Industry Research Association, and they want you to come to their first conference, at UCLA, in August. Here’s their writeup: Starting with . . . The post Calling All Music-Industry Insiders and the Economists Who Love Them appeared first on Freakonomics.
- Happy Everything, From Freakonomicsby Stephen J. Dubner on 20.12.2016 at 19:38
How can we at Freakonomics help you during the holidays? Here’s a few ideas: 1. We can provide inspiration for gifts for the “homo economicus” in your life. 2. When you’re making your year-end donations, we can help you consider the evidence for which programs work, and which don’t. 3. No matter how far away you roam, we can entertain . . . The post Happy Everything, From Freakonomics appeared first on Freakonomics.
- Announcing the Debut of Tell Me Something I Don’t Knowby Stephen J. Dubner on 2.11.2016 at 00:53
A while back, we tried out a new idea on a special edition of Freakonomics Radio — a game show we called Tell Me Something I Don’t Know. You might remember it. It was so much fun that we decided to launch a whole new podcast series. It’s been in the works for a while and it’s finally here! A preview . . . The post Announcing the Debut of Tell Me Something I Don’t Know appeared first on Freakonomics.
- Calling All (Potential) Peak Performers!by Stephen J. Dubner on 28.4.2016 at 22:28
In our recent Freakonomics Radio episode “How to Become Great at Just About Anything,” we spoke with K. Anders Ericsson, a research psychologist who has spent more than 30 years studying expert performers in many fields — music, sports, chess, surgery, teaching, writing, and more. Ericsson’s recent book is called Peak: Secrets from the New Science of Expertise. It has inspired us to try launching a Freakonomics spinoff podcast, called (for now) Peak. The post Calling All (Potential) Peak Performers! appeared first on Freakonomics.