Saturday, October 27, 2007

Econ 101

How often do we see a mistake like this?
"For virtually all of history, there's been more demand than supply [for gambling]," notes Eugene Christiansen.

Story here, answer is 'way, way too much'.

1 comment:

pat toche said...

would you elaborate on why you think it's a mistake to say that the demand for gambling services generally exceeds the supply? The supply of gambling services is constrained by law in most of the world...

my first visit to your blog, nice blog, keep the good work.