I have just recived my book , and it just have a little 
imperfection(almost invisible).

for just 30 dll (20 ship) , I think I did a good buy..


-r.

Josef 'Jupp' Schugt wrote:

>Saluton!
>
>* Michael Campbell; 2003-06-24, 17:56 UTC:
>  
>
>>Probably part of our (Americans) "free market" collective psyche;
>>they charge as much as people are willing to pay.
>>    
>>
>
>In my opinion the problem lies in the interpretation of 'free
>market'. Precisely taken, a free market is a market with optimal
>competition. Optimal competition means that if product A has
>advantages over product B it has the chance of replacing the latter
>or at least of achieving a reasonable market share (is that the
>correct term?).
>
>What are dangers for free competition?
>
>- De facto monopoles. Monopoles by themselves are no problem but once
>  a company uses it's market power to get rid of competitors it
>  becomes a severe problem - there should be a mechanism that avoids
>  this.
>
>- Cross-financing. If a company earns lots of money as member of one
>  market and does use that money to finance their efforts as a
>  competitor in another market there is little to no chance for
>  competitors to survive - even if their products *are* better.
>
>- Bundling. Suppose the leader of the keyboard market bundles their
>  keyboards with a mouse. That would be a severe problem for the
>  mouse market.
>
>In other words: Not only an over-regulated market is an enemy of
>optimal competition but also an unregulated one.
>
>The problem becomes obvious when one takes a look at 'Microsoft vs.
>Free Software'
>
>Contrary to what proponents say even Open Source Software is not in
>accord with the goal of a free competition - many Open Source
>Software programmers make their life with something else than writing
>Open Source Software. This is Cross-financing.
>
>In my opinion capitalism does face a similar problem as communism:
>Most people do not understand what they really mean. I do not see a
>difference between a company that gives stocks to the people who work
>for them so that they have a vivid interest that the company has
>success and the communist idea of having the people own the means
>they use for production so that they have a vivid interest that they
>achieve better results.
>
>Gis,
>
>Josef 'Jupp' Schugt
>  
>

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