More frontiers in dynamic pricing: New York parking

Lynne Kiesling Felix Salmon has a very nice microeconomic analysis of a proposal for New York to lease out its parking meters and facilities to a concessionaire, with a contingent contract based on the lessee’s implementation of dynamic pricing. A sample of what makes the analysis good: The masters of variable pricing, of course, are … More More frontiers in dynamic pricing: New York parking

Experimentation, Jim Manzi, and regulation/deregulation

Lynne Kiesling Think consciously about a decision you contemplated recently. As you were weighing your options, how much did you really know that you could bring to bear, definitively, on your decision? Was the outcome pre-determined, or was it unknown to you? For most of the decision-making situations we confront regularly, we don’t have full … More Experimentation, Jim Manzi, and regulation/deregulation