John McMillan





John McMillan



Average rating: 3.86 · 372 ratings · 40 reviews · 27 distinct works · Similar authors
Reinventing the Bazaar: A N...

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Games, Strategies, and Mana...

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How to write software for s...

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How to market your business

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Upstream

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Summer in the Heart

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Australia's Constitution: T...

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The Soul of the City

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Dango: Japan's Price-Fixing...

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The Aat, Twenty Years Forwa...

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“Rembrandt was an innovator not only in painting but also in commerce. He helped establish a full-fledged art market in seventeenth-century Amsterdam. “Rembrandt’s obsession with the intricacies of the market system permeated his life and his work,”
John McMillan, Reinventing the Bazaar: A Natural History of Markets

“These costs include the time, effort, and money spent in the process of doing business—both those incurred by the buyer in addition to the actual price paid, and those incurred by the seller in making the sale.11”
John McMillan, Reinventing the Bazaar: A Natural History of Markets

“Most of Vietnam’s trucks were broken down in the early 1990s, according to Le Dang Doanh, head of the Central Institute for Economic Management, a Hanoi think tank. Imported from the Soviet Union, built using Soviet technology and production methods, they were notoriously unreliable. To make matters worse, the collapse of the Soviet Union had made spare parts unobtainable. Without trucks, the nation faced a transportation crisis. Out of desperation, the government granted each driver an ownership stake in his truck. “It’s a miracle!” Le Doanh wryly observed. “Suddenly, all the trucks run.”
John McMillan, Reinventing the Bazaar: A Natural History of Markets



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