Here are some questions in applied economics for my current and former students.
For current students, a good answer merits extra credit for the final grade. For former students, the same gets him/her dinner for two at the restaurant of his/her choice in Dumaguete. No kidding. This contest ends on May 10, 2010.
- When will buying votes become more prevalent? What about selling votes?
- How does a vote buyer ensure that he gets the vote he “paid for”?
- Why does the price of “bought” votes range from P50 to P1,500?
- Can buying votes be set up as a profitable “business”? If so, how?
Answers may be sent through comments on this blog, or to me by e-mail.