explains what Wheelan calls “unintended consequences”
illustrates negative or bad “unintended consequences” using two or more examples other than those Wheelan uses in his book (from newspapers or the financial press)
illustrates positive or good “unintended consequences” using two ore more examples other than those Wheelan uses in his book (from newspapers or the financial press)
analyzes the roles of individual motives, social structures, incentives and equilibrating forces in creating “unintended consequences”

 

 

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