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,...

The Church of Scionology

...thanks to lead producer Suzie Lechtenberg, all the folks we interviewed, and the entire production team, including Collin Campbell, David Herman, Diana Huynh, Bourree Lam, and Chris Neary. Click here...

Freakonomics Goes to College, Part 2: A New Freakonomics Radio Podcast

...a conversation with recent-ish University of Chicago grad Bourree Lam, editor of this blog and all-around Freakonomics superstar, talking with another recent grad about the hardship of not finding suitable...

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...

Thanks for the Stitcher Award!

...thanks especially to our amazing production team: Suzie Lechtenberg, Katherine Wells, David Herman, Bourree Lam, Collin Campbell, and Chris Bannon. Congrats also to all the other winners. It is amazing how much talent and great...

New Freakonomics Radio Podcast: “The Suicide Paradox”

...the many people who helped produce this episode, particularly Suzie Lechtenberg and Bourree Lam, as well as the many wise and kind people who did interviews. Although I’ve never been...

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...