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”.
When Your Safety Becomes My Danger (Ep. 432)
by Stephen J. Dubner on 24.9.2020 at 03:00
The families of U.S. troops killed and wounded in Afghanistan are suing several companies that did reconstruction there. Why? These companies, they say, paid the Taliban protection money, which gave them the funding — and opportunity — to attack U.S. soldiers instead. A look at the messy, complicated, and heart-breaking tradeoffs of conflict-zone economies. The post When Your Safety Becomes My Danger (Ep. 432) appeared first on Freakonomics.
Is There Such a Thing as Good Estrangement? (NSQ Ep. 19)
by Rebecca Lee Douglas on 20.9.2020 at 09:00
Also: how do you know if you have a “bad personality”? The post Is There Such a Thing as Good Estrangement? (NSQ Ep. 19) appeared first on Freakonomics.
“One Does Not Know Where an Insight Will Come From” | People I (Mostly) Admire Ep. 3: Kerwin Charles
by Steven D. Levitt on 19.9.2020 at 03:00
The dean of Yale’s School of Management grew up in a small village in Guyana. During his unlikely journey, he has researched video-gaming habits, communicable disease, and why so many African-Americans haven’t had the kind of success he’s had. Steve Levitt talks to Charles about his parents’ encouragement, his love of Sports Illustrated, and how he talks to his American-born kids about the complicated history of Blackness in America. The post “One Does Not Know Where an Insight Will Come From” | People I (Mostly) Admire Ep. 3: Kerwin Charles appeared first on Freakonomics.
Does Anyone Really Know What Socialism Is? (Ep. 408 Rebroadcast)
by Stephen J. Dubner on 17.9.2020 at 03:00
Trump says it would destroy us. Biden needs the voters who support it (especially the Bernie voters). The majority of millennials would like it to replace capitalism. But what is “it”? We bring in the economists to sort things out and tell us what the U.S. can learn from the good (and bad) experiences of other (supposedly) socialist countries. The post Does Anyone Really Know What Socialism Is? (Ep. 408 Rebroadcast) appeared first on Freakonomics.
How Do You Raise a “Likable” Kid? (NSQ Ep. 18)
by Rebecca Lee Douglas on 13.9.2020 at 09:00
Also: what’s so great about friendship? The post How Do You Raise a “Likable” Kid? (NSQ Ep. 18) appeared first on Freakonomics.