Monthly Archives: March 2012

Price Discrimination and Secondary Markets

I can’t sleep and I’m thinking about secondary markets so I figured I would write something since I haven’t done that in a while. Secondary markets is a rather vague term which could be vaguely described as sale by consumers … Continue reading

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Corruption and Politics

I just finished listening to a speech by Lawrence Lessig on the influence of money in politics. He is a very smart man, an eloquent speaker and if you get a chance to listen to him speak, it’s well worth … Continue reading

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