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The Role of Knowledge

If you're so smart, why aren't you someone in an economics model?

Does Anyone Care About Privacy?

Is Market Concentration Actually Rising?

Too Much Information

Giving Thanks for Price Theory, Redux

Markups as Residuals

What is an FTX?

Christopher Brunt | Medicare Pricing, Supplier Induced Demand, and Doctors' Incentives

Cash, But Electronic

Economics in The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

Let's Go for a (Bank) Run

And The Real Nobel Goes To...

Why Do Firms Merge?

The Unquestioned Monopoly

Price Theory Puzzles: Externalities and Discrimination

Does Anyone Understand Externalities?

Linux smartphones exist? And what does that have to do with antitrust?

Bad Seeds

What is Optimal Policy?

Brian Albrecht and Josh Hendrickson | What is Price Theory?

Economic Forces in the Classroom

Those Pesky Transaction Costs

Monopsony isn't Monopoly Flipped-Upside Down

Bitcoin and the Cost Fallacy

You Found a Market Failure. So What?

Carola Binder | Inflation Expectations, Measurement and Causes

Inflation and Relative Prices

Bad Repeated Dealings

Inflation and Time

Is Inflation Demand or Supply Driven?

Mark Koyama and Jared Rubin | How the World Became Rich

Prices and Information

Is Concentration Driving Inflation?

Institutions Have Knowledge, Not People

When A Dollar Isn't a Dollar

Garrett Scott | Airline Pricing, Refunds, and the Role of Price Discrimination

It's Knowledge, Stupid

Modern Day Bills of Exchange

Subsidize the Worker, Not the Job

Henry Thompson | Mafia Courts and Contracting without the Law

Crypto Hacks and Efficient Markets

When Supply Curves Slope Down

Why Didn't They Just Give Up on Gold?

Never Preach from a Price Change

Claudia Williamson | Institutions, Economic Development, and Policy Humility

Planned Obsolescence

College is a Subsidy to the Rich

Let's Talk About Price Controls

Josh Wright | UCLA Law and Economics, Relational Contracts, and Antitrust

Economic Lessons from Veep

Is Bitcoin Destroying the Planet?

Are there low-skilled workers?

Casey Mulligan | Regulation, Innovation, and the Economics of Pandemics