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Michael Munger on Ticket Scalping and Opportunity Cost
Apr 10 2006

Munger.jpg Michael Munger of Duke University and Russ Roberts talk about the economics of ticket scalping, examining our reactions to free and found goods, gifts, e-Bay, value in use vs. value in exchange, and opportunity costs.

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