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    Via #naked_capitalism (si la page telle que copiée collée ci-dessous n’apparaît pas, la recharger après quelques instants, au besoin plusieurs fois)

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    Why wasn’t this page found?

    We asked some leading economists.

    Stagflation i
    The cost of pages rose drastically, while the page production rate slowed down.

    General economics
    There was no market for it.

    Liquidity traps
    We injected some extra money into the technology team but there was little or no interest so they simply kept it, thus failing to stimulate the page economy.

    Pareto inefficiency
    There exists another page that will make everyone better off without making anyone worse off.

    Supply and demand i
    Demand increased and a shortage occurred.

    Classical economics
    There is no such page. We are not going to interfere.

    Keynesian economics
    Aggregate demand for this page did not necessarily equal the productive capacity of the website.

    Malthusianism i
    Unchecked, exponential page growth outstripped the pixel supply. There was a catastrophe, and now the population is at a lower, more sustainable level.

    Neo-Malthusianism i
    To avoid unchecked, exponential page growth outstripping the pixel supply and leading to an inevitable catastrophe, we prevented this page from being conceived.

    Marxism i
    The failure of this page to load is a consequence of the inherent contradictions in the capitalist mode of production.

    Laissez Faire Capitalism
    We know this page is needed, but we can’t force anyone to make it.

    Monetarism i
    The government has limited the number of pages in circulation.

    Efficient Markets Hypothesis i
    If you had paid enough for the page, it would have appeared.

    Moral Hazard i
    Showing you this page would only encourage you to want more pages.

    Tragedy of the Commons i
    Everyone wanted to view this page, but no-one was willing to maintain it.

    Game theory i
    By not viewing this page you help everyone else get better pages.

    Mercantilism i
    The page is hosted by a foreign web server and is therefore banned to ensure the supremacy of our own software.

    Trickle-down
    High taxes on content publishers prevented them hiring the person who would have written this page.

    Speculative bubble
    The page never actually existed and was fundamentally impossible, but everyone bought into it in a frenzy and it’s all now ending in tears.

    Socialism
    If you were to get the page you wanted you might get a better page than someone else, which would be unfair. This way at least everyone gets the same.

    Behavioural economics i
    The influence of psychological factors caused you to act in a manner that would not be expected of a purely rational actor.

    Theory of the second best i
    The best outcome was unachievable, so you have arrived here instead.

    #lol