Why Do Drug Dealers Still Live with Their Moms?

In Chapter three, Freakonomics tackles the subject of conventional wisdom and, in providing information from a study about drug dealers, argues that often the conventional wisdom is simply not true. The chapter in turn dispells much of our knowledge regarding the drug trade. Using examples from the text explaining how J.T. and the Black Disciples are similar to a franchise like McDonald's? How is the drug trade similar to the hierarchy in the American business world? Explain how incentives differ for the upper management of a drug ring and lower "foot soldiers?"

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