Scholarly Comments on Academic Economics

The Market for Goods and the Market for Ideas

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Abstract

If economic theory teaches the desirability of government intervention in markets with externalities, monopoly power, asymmetric knowledge, and products with false allure, then it can scarcely be urged more strongly than in the market for ideas.