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Trade reallocates goods to those who value them most highly. This bedrock principle of economics is...

Trade reallocates goods to those who value them most highly. This bedrock principle of economics is best displayed by the offseason transfer of Russell Wilson from North Carolina State to Wisconsin. Tom O'Brien placed relatively low subjective value - see how economics builds on itself! - on Wilson's skills and proclivities, which included throwing the ball more than six yards down the field, winning at least nine games, and non-birthday smiling. By trading Wilson to Wisconsin, who placed a higher value on him, O'Brien got the things he prized instead: a loss to Boston College, a passing offense not ranked in the top 50, and $250,000 worth of Plain Flakes (corn flakes with all traces of corn removed). EDSBS Taking a Shot at TOB to Warm Our Holiday Spirits
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