Monday, 6 October 2014

Various teaching links

Some teaching cases taken from this month's CEP Centrepiece magazine.

1. Selling UK citizenship.  We will learn about how markets allocate according to willingness to pay. Here's a proposal to allocate citizenship this way.

2. Complementary goods. If you ban YouTube videos, you might cause sales of music to fall if there are inter-related demands.  Exactly this happens. 

3. Productivity spillovers.  How wikipedia content spills over to benefit others.

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