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The Power of Markets III: Input Markets and Promoting Efficiency
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University of Rochester

The Power of Markets III: Input Markets and Promoting Efficiency

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From the lesson
Week 12 - Can Government Intervention Improve Market Outcomes?
Using Input Market Theory to Analyze the Minimum Wage, Social Security,Immigration, and the NCAA. Promoting Market Efficiency and Why Government Intervention in Markets May be Justified.

Meet the Instructors

  • Mark Zupan
    Mark Zupan
    Professor of Economics and Public Policy
    Simon School of Business