Our September 2021 e-links begin with insight on the power of the market from Duke Professor Michael Munger and Econtalk host Russ Roberts.
Through a new city, investors are creating an economic development zone in Honduras that depends on libertarian ideas and technology.
Using command and the market as examples, economists showed food pantries how distributing food could become more efficient.
To understand N95 supply shortages we can look at how N95s are made, at N95 exports, and at economic systems.
Looking at gasoline prices that are controlled by algorithms, we could be surprised by how they affect competition.
Sold twice at auctions, the two prices of the Apollo 11 videotapes were astronomically different because of changes in demand and supply.
The chef that left New York’s Prince Street Pizza to start his own restaurant could find himself fighting a pizza war because of his pepperoni recipe.
When small landlords set their own NYC rents, they are nudged toward equilibrium by the power of the supply and demand sides of the market.
Referring to EU regulation, some people say that bendy bananas are one reason to vote “leave” in today’s Brexit vote. Where are we going? To thoughts about regulation and markets. EU Regulation Myths The U.K. media have so delighted in exaggerating or misstating EU…