Why you should think twice before buying a car!?

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Imagine this! You just went to buy a car from a dealer. You got your specifications met and have just purchased it. You feel great while driving back. But suddenly, the car just stopped working. You get out to see what happened. To your dismay, you see there is a massive oil leak. You look around and see that the leakage area has rust written all over it. And now you feel bad. Well let me tell you, you just have become a victim of what we call in Economics, Adverse Selection.

Imagine the scenes when you buy a car!
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Q&A blog post (1 year celebration!)

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Hello to my lovely readers here! I hope everyone is doing well in this pandemic. Today The Antique Economist turns 1-year-old! Exactly 1 year ago I had decided to restart my blog after the previous one got taken down. I am happy to see the ever-growing support on this page. So today I have decided to do a Q&A blog. I had asked some of my Twitter friends to send me some questions to be answered, and here it is: –

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A miracle in Vietnam!?

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Imagine in a school there is a quiet kid who doesn’t participate much in group activities and is always minding his/ her business. But if someone decides to bully that person, then he/she would definitely stand up against the bully! That’s basically Vietnam! Vietnam has always been a country which has been described as a tourist paradise. From mountains to beaches, Vietnam has it all. But, what is the miracle? What has Vietnam experienced lately that has made the people to claim it to be the “Next Asian Miracle!”

I would really love to visit Vietnam someday! 🙂
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Economics Behind- The Netflix Effect.

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Imagine this, it’s a lazy Sunday evening and you just had a great dinner. Today, you have planned to watch the new Netflix series which you had postponed for quite some time. You also know that Monday is a holiday so, you decide to stay up all night and binge watch the show. By the time you have finished it, you got really curious about certain props that were used in the series and decided to buy some of that on Amazon. Well this is basically the Netflix effect. Ever thought, how does this affect our day to day consumption?

People have literally created the term “Netflix and Chill” due to the hype.
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This year so far…. (A Viewer’s appreciation post)

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Merry Christmas everyone. I hope y’all are having the best of the time in 2020! So, today is my last post for this year and I wanted it to be for you guys. I want to thank you all so much for supporting the blog since the beginning (in June). I don’t know how my page would do if y’all weren’t there. I really appreciate the support y’all have given to the page. Thank you all so much for liking and commenting your thoughts on the posts. You guys made this possible and for that I thank y’all from the bottom of my heart again.

So, today I have one interesting thing to share with y’all. I have recently been nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award by arguably two of my favorite bloggers out there. Thank you Sara, Ricatography and Keith for nominating me for the award. Do Check out their links by clicking on their name.

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