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”.
- Sue Bird: “You Have to Pay the Superstars.” (People I (Mostly) Admire, Ep. 12)by Steven D. Levitt on 23.1.2021 at 04:00
She is one of the best basketball players ever. She’s won multiple championships, including four Olympic gold medals and four W.N.B.A. titles — the most recent in 2020, just before turning 40. She also helped negotiate a landmark contract for the league’s players. Sue Bird tells Steve Levitt the untold truth about clutch players, her thoughts about the pay gap between male and female athletes, and what it means to be part of the first gay couple in ESPN’s The Body Issue. The post Sue Bird: “You Have to Pay the Superstars.” (People I (Mostly) Admire, Ep. 12) appeared first on Freakonomics.
- The Downside of Disgust (Ep. 448)by Stephen J. Dubner on 21.1.2021 at 04:00
It’s a powerful biological response that has preserved our species for millennia. But now it may be keeping us from pursuing strategies that would improve the environment, the economy, even our own health. So is it time to dial down our disgust reflex? You can help fix things — as Stephen Dubner does in this episode — by chowing down on some delicious insects. The post The Downside of Disgust (Ep. 448) appeared first on Freakonomics.
- Does Psychotherapy Actually Work? (NSQ Ep. 35)by Rebecca Lee Douglas on 17.1.2021 at 10:00
Also: how many “selves” is it okay to have? The post Does Psychotherapy Actually Work? (NSQ Ep. 35) appeared first on Freakonomics.
- How Much Do We Really Care About Children? (Ep. 447)by Stephen J. Dubner on 14.1.2021 at 04:00
They can’t vote or hire lobbyists. The policies we create to help them aren’t always so helpful. Consider the car seat: parents hate it, the safety data are unconvincing, and new evidence suggests an unintended consequence that is as anti-child as it gets. The post How Much Do We Really Care About Children? (Ep. 447) appeared first on Freakonomics.
- Are Humans Smarter or Stupider Than We Used to Be? (NSQ Ep. 34)by Rebecca Lee Douglas on 10.1.2021 at 10:00
Also: how can you become a more curious person? The post Are Humans Smarter or Stupider Than We Used to Be? (NSQ Ep. 34) appeared first on Freakonomics.