Daniel Gross

Markets on the whole may be efficient, but the U.S. doesn’t just have one labor, housing, or office market. There are hundreds of labor and housing markets, and thousands of submarkets. And they are full of imbalances, shortages, gluts, and other inefficiencies.

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