Small, Attractive, Firm Needs Benign Regulator: The Case of the Personal Introduction Sector
Samuel Cameron () and
Alan Collins ()
Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 1998, vol. 9, issue 4, 273-291
This paper outlines the basic economic characteristics of the Personal Introduction Sector. Various avenues of regulation are reviewed. The authors conclude that a state monopoly franchise may be the most efficient solution.
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