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”.
- Do Good Deeds Invite More Bad Ones? (NSQ Ep. 48)by Rebecca Lee Douglas on 18.4.2021 at 09:00
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- Amaryllis Fox: “What Does This New Version of Mutually Assured Destruction Look Like?” (People I (Mostly) Admire Ep. 24)by Steven D. Levitt on 17.4.2021 at 03:00
She spent nearly a decade as an undercover C.I.A. operative working to prevent terrorism. More recently, she hosted The Business of Drugs on Netflix. Amaryllis Fox — now Kennedy — explains why intelligence work requires empathy, and she soothes Steve’s fears about weapons of mass destruction. The post Amaryllis Fox: “What Does This New Version of Mutually Assured Destruction Look Like?” (People I (Mostly) Admire Ep. 24) appeared first on Freakonomics.
- How to Manage Your Goal Hierarchy (Ep. 458)by Steven D. Levitt on 15.4.2021 at 03:00
In this special crossover episode, People I (Mostly) Admire host Steve Levitt admits to No Stupid Questions co-host Angela Duckworth that he knows almost nothing about psychology. But once Angela gives Steve a quick tutorial on “goal conflict,” he is suddenly a fan. They also talk parenting, self-esteem, and how easy it is to learn econometrics if you feel like it. The post How to Manage Your Goal Hierarchy (Ep. 458) appeared first on Freakonomics.
- Designed to Tear Us Apart (SBTI Ep. 1)by Sudhir Venkatesh on 12.4.2021 at 19:00
When online anger turned to offline violence at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, the big social media companies responded by kicking some users — including the president himself — off their platforms. What led to that decision? Was it an overreach? And what role did they really play in the events that took place? Sudhir explores how social media is built to encourage bad behavior, and why one afternoon of unrest can’t overcome a decades-old mindset in Silicon Valley that blinds them to this reality. The post Designed to Tear Us Apart (SBTI Ep. 1) appeared first on Freakonomics.
- Is Laziness Real? (NSQ Ep. 47)by Rebecca Lee Douglas on 11.4.2021 at 09:00
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