How local are labour markets? A number of important questions in labour economics hinge on the answer.
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Why bid for the Olympic Games?
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Economists are usually sceptical of arguments about the public provision of infrastructure for sporting events, and rightly so (Siegfried and Zimbalist 2000). Agents that endorse the construction of new sports stadia or the staging of mega-events usually do so out of naivety or self-interest.
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