Piracy (but not the fun kind)

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Studying the Economics of Detroit

Ars Technica has an article that provides an example of how difficult it is to calculate the real world impact of economic phenomena, as well as the difficulty of figuring out where estimates come from when they enter the public sphere. In this case the subject is the economic impacts of intellectual property "theft". It's a pretty entertaining read.

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