Sumo Wrestlers In Steven D. Levitt's Freakonomics

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Freakonomics by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner 1. Schoolteachers and Sumo Wrestlers are all different types of people, they both have stuff in common. In chapter one, Levitt and Dubner discussed about the relationships between the parents coming late to pick up their kids from daycare. Teachers from Chicago began to cheat by give kids a better test score. For Sumo Wrestler, they have a lack of competition in tournaments. As they both combine together, these groups have things to push what they needed to do, its known as incentives. “For every clever person who goes to the trouble of creating an incentive scheme, there is an army of people, clever and otherwise, who will inevitably spend even more time trying to beat it.” (Levitt, Page

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