Fantasy football and free-market economics takes a look at “Fantasy Football and Economic Freedom: Lessons to Learn.” It’s a nice piece, and it even references cronyism.

To longtime readers of the Locker Room, the idea is quite familiar (as is the graph).

We’ve discussed it in general. We’ve used it to illustrate the importance of voluntary trade and discuss how free trade promotes wealth. We’ve even pondered the justification for Fantasy Football Insurance and whether FantasyCare should have a public option.


Jon Sanders / Director of Regulatory Studies

Jon Sanders studies regulatory policy, a veritable kudzu of invasive government and unintended consequences. As director of regulatory studies at the John Locke Foundation, Jo...

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