Or a partial such allocation, at least. Here is my latest Bloomberg column: The renowned economist Erik Brynjolfsson recently asked: “At least so far, I haven’t seen any one suggesting to use the market system to allocate vaccines. Not even those who strongly advocate it in other areas. Why is that?” As one of several people […] The post The case for a market allocation of vaccines appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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