Monthly Archives: March 2011

The bait and switch: Whose fault is it?

In a previous post, about the bait-and-switch, I quoted a specialist in the economics of sport as saying that it has become standard practice in bidding for the Olympics to start by low-balling the cost, and then, once the city is hooked on the idea of being an Olympic host, to add new features that balloon the cost. Dennis Lewycky commented on the post with two questions:

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