Monday, March 8, 2010


Here are a few links that could be useful when discussing markets. This first one is courtesy of  Carpe Diem. Mark Perry discusses the problems inherent in pricing a product when the producer and consumer are separated by a third party with more complete information.

The second link is to today's entry on Izzit. The entry connects to an article that originally ran in The Wall Street Journal back in January. In it, Alex Tabarrok discusses the shortage of transplant organs, and suggests there may be a solution in the marketplace. And here's a link to relevant video from The Drew Carey Project on Reason TV. All of these items are all pro-market, as you may expect.

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