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Nice review of our book Competition Overdose

John Warner, in his Reading Roundup: Early Summer 2021: Books on technology, teaching and competition, oh my!, gives a nice shout out to our book:


First, this is no screed from them leftist, commie, Marxist, America-hating professors that have overrun our institutions. Law professors Stucke (University of Tennessee) and Ezrachi (Oxford) are dyed-in-the-wool free marketers who revere competition as a mechanism for bringing out optimum results. But this reverence is what spurs them to explore systems where competition is ill suited to desired outcomes. The first chapter is music to my ears, an exploration of the distorting and disastrous effects of the U.S. News college and university rankings.
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