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It's demand, all the way down
Preferences over cars are dramatically different across individuals. Some people are perfectly content to drive low-cost brands of cars. Others prefer…
Only through a process do markets become competitive
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When I see economists that I’ve never met before in public, they usually greet me with “hey, you’re the Jones Act guy” or “hey, you are the price theory…
Does market power mean no competition?
Or, why you should study economics generally and price theory specifically
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Where's the externality?