Economics

by Mike Masnick


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'Economics In One Lesson' Apparently Doesn't Include Pricing; Kindle Version Most Expensive

from the let's-try-that-again dept

Copycense, who has done a really bangup job in pointing out some ironic ebook pricing decisions, has another one. The book "Economics in One Lesson," by Henry Hazilitt is available new from Amazon in paperback for $7.95... or at $9.99 for the Kindle. Apparently, "Economics In One Lesson" either doesn't include a section on pricing... or whoever did the pricing on the book didn't read that section...

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    Anonymous Coward, 23 Apr 2011 @ 3:10pm

    The Economist

    I bought the Economist for my iPad.

    A yearly subscription is A$190 if I am in Australia (which I am) or $110 (A$105) if I am in the US.

    Of course it is not the Economists fault as there are middlemen involved but it is funny (unless you have to pay the $190).

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