Understanding that it is governments – not free markets – that create harmful monopolies is monumentally essential in order to harbor a comprehension of basic economic principles.
In economics, unlike in math, constant relations not only are not possible, but can’t exist. Because economics involves the behavior of human beings, not numbers or inanimate objects.
The economy can’t be assembled like a jigsaw puzzle, as Boris Yeltsin learned on a trip to America.
At what price would you hand over your homemade Christmas cookies?
A market for parking free of government manipulation would reduce inequality, improve the environment, and make cities more livable.