Freakonomics Goes to College, Part 2: Full Transcript

...second is the uncertainty involved in whether the kid will actually successfully complete the degree. It’s a pretty risky investment. DUBNER: Hey Bourree, say hello. Bourree LAM: Hi. DUBNER: So,...

Women Are Not Men: Full Transcript

...women are not so well-represented. Bourree Lam, the editor of Freakonomics.com, has the story. Bourree LAM: Wikipedia is by far the largest encyclopedia in history. It has more than 24...

Women Are Not Men: Full Transcript

...to the kitchen. DUBNER: But there’s one online realm where women are not so well-represented. Bourree Lam, the editor of Freakonomics.com, has the story. Bourree LAM: Wikipedia is by far...

Weird Recycling: Full Transcript

...So I’m just going to be with the paw for a little while. AYALA: OK [MUSIC] DUBNER: Our order caused a stir with the Golden Unicorn’s waitstaff. Here’s Bourree Lam,...

How to Save $1 Billion Without Even Trying Full Transcript

...by: Matt Abramovitz, Gretta Cohn, John Delore, Janna Freed, Caryn Havlik, David Herman, Matt Kielty, Bourree Lam, Laura Mayer, Andy Mills, Malissa O’Donnell, Greg Rosalsky, and Steven Valentino. We should...

Our 100th Episode! A New Freakonomics Radio Podcast

...and others who turn our quixotic ideas into actual radio. Huge thanks to Suzie Lechtenberg, Katherine Wells, David Herman, Bourree Lam, Collin Campbell, and Chris Bannon. A great many others...

Is Wikipedia Ghettoizing Female Writers?

...recent “Women Are Not Men” podcast, reported by Bourree Lam, about the relative scarcity of female editors on Wikipedia — and this followup post about females posing as males online...

Upgrades to Freakonomics.com

...material (TV and live appearances, movie clips, etc.); it’s all on our YouTube channel too. The driving force behind these upgrades is our awesome blog editor (and all-around MVP) Bourree...

Women Are Not Men: A New Freakonomics Radio Podcast

...first story you’ll hear is about the gender gap among editors of the world’s biggest encyclopedia. Bourree Lam (the editor of this blog) looks at why only 16% of Wikipedia’s editors are female...

Our 100th Episode! Full Transcript

...Alone” (from The Jaguars)] DUBNER: Freakonomics Radio is produced by WNYC, APM, American Public Media and Dubner Productions. Our staff includes Suzie Lechtenberg, Katherine Wells, David Herman, Bourree Lam, Collin Campbell and...