What is wrong with markets in everything? What is it about the nature of particular exchanges that concerns us, to the point that markets in some goods appear to be clearly undesirable? These are the difficult but important questions that this chapter attempts to answer. The author argues that noxious markets can be analyzed in terms of four parameters: weak agency, harm to individuals, harm to society, and vulnerability.
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