In April 2007, co-author Stephen Dubner announced that there would be a sequel to Freakonomics, and that it would contain further writings about street gang culture from Sudhir Venkatesh, as well as a study of the use of money by capuchin monkeys.[28] Dubner said the title would be SuperFreakonomics,[29] and that one topic would be what makes people good at what they do.[30] The book was released in Europe in early October 2009 and in the United States on October 20, 2009.

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