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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

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Dave Bell

It's a good thing that we're seeing economists taking virtual worlds seriously, but, for any problem, finding the one with the right answers can be tricky.

There seem to be fashions in such things, and of course the Emperor's New Clothes were in the highest fashion.

Voyance pure

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Arcadia Codesmith

EVE Online had an in-house economist for years. Consequently, it's got one of the best economic systems of any MMO.

Virtual goods is a growth sector insofar as you can peddle pleasing permutations of pixels to a populace that's proud to pay plenty for pretend playthings.

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