23 Mar 2015  Research & Ideas

It’s Called ‘Price Coherence,’ and It’s Surprisingly Bad for Consumers

In many markets, a product is offered at the same price regardless of whether it is sold directly by a retailer or through an intermediary. Research by Ben Edelman and Julian Wright uncovers the hidden costs for consumers. Open for comment; 7 Comments posted.


What do YOU think?

What do you think?

04 Mar 2015

Can a Laissez-Faire Approach Fix Labor Market Inequality?
By Jim Heskett

Walmart's recent action to raise wages and offer new career advancement opportunities cheer advocates who believe market forces, not government intervention, offer the best ways to address unhealthy levels of wage disparity. What do YOU think? asks professor Jim Heskett. Open for comment; 16 Comments posted.

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