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Female economist works to found Ethiopian commodities market. (Earlier)

Nintendo decides against Wii price cut. (Earlier)

Sports fans convinced their actions can bring good luck to their teams.

Stanford professor to lecture on “a world without agriculture.”

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  1. A.Z. says:

    The article on the Wii price cut makes economic sense even to someone with as basic an econ education as me – if there is already a shortage of a product, dropping the price without increasing supply will increase the shortage.

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  2. A.Z. says:

    The article on the Wii price cut makes economic sense even to someone with as basic an econ education as me – if there is already a shortage of a product, dropping the price without increasing supply will increase the shortage.

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  3. TC says:

    Twenty percent of sports fans think their behavior influences the outcome of games and economists believe the world runs on people’s rational choices?

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  4. TC says:

    Twenty percent of sports fans think their behavior influences the outcome of games and economists believe the world runs on people’s rational choices?

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