A text designed to show how economics can guide the choices we make each day.As it becomes increasingly inconvenient to have a car serviced or repaired, places having moved out to the edge of town where land ... the other hand, repair garages get discounts on the parts they use, so some of the savings get dissipated in heavier charges for parts. ... One major cost of any car is the tires, and they present one of the most confused and cut-up markets of any major consumer product.
|Title||:||The economics of personal choice|
|Author||:||James N. Morgan, Greg J. Duncan|
|Publisher||:||Univ of Michigan Pr - 1980-11-15|