Lessons from history: When markets fail

Lessons from history: When markets fail

The connection between the sale of second-hand cars and the prospects for vaccines to protect against Covid-19 is not obvious. Nor is it clear how these two have much in common with the functioning of financial markets or, say, the pricing of insurance policies. But they do and, to understand how and why, we need to study lemons. 

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