Come one, come all: The mystery of business tolerance

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August 10, 2011
EconLog
by Bryan Caplan  
Posted in Commentary

"A few restaurants still have dress codes, and some rental car companies won't rent to under-25s. But by and large, firms welcome paying customers of all shapes and sizes. It's tempting to shrug and say, 'What's the puzzle?' Firms are picky when they hire because workers are not created equal. But they're promiscuous when they sell because money's money. Right? Wrong." (08/09/11)

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