School is back in session, and Freakonomics continues to get shoved down the throats of students in everything from economics and finance classes to philosophy and literature classes. For this we are grateful, if baffled.
To make things easier, our publisher commissioned a student’s guide to the book as well as an instructor’s guide. The student’s guide can be downloaded by anyone, from this website. To discourage students from downloading the instructor’s guide (and its answers to quiz questions), our publisher sensibly set up a web site within its academic division to distribute the guide to qualified parties.
But someone — a student perhaps? — apparently didn’t like this security measure, and hacked the HarperCollins site.
So until they figure out a new solution, if you are a teacher/professor who wants to get the instructor’s guide, send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org, and they will get you a PDF.
By the way, we are still offering free signed bookplates that can turn your shabby copy of our book into a shabby autographed copy of our book.