Price gouging laws and goods’ prices in post-disaster times

  • Jon Aguirre Horno

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Abstract: In this paper I defend Price gouging laws, ie, laws that control prices in post-disaster situations, and critic Michael Gilberson’s arguments against Price gouging laws from his defense of free market even in post-disaster situations.

Keywords: Price gouging laws, free market, Michael Gilberson.


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08-10-2016
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Aguirre Horno, J. (2016). Price gouging laws and goods’ prices in post-disaster times. Filosofia, Ara! Revista Per a Pensar, 2(2), 25-26. Recuperat de http://www.infofilosofia.info/revista-prova/index.php/FA/article/view/38