By Tom Giovanetti
Markets are almost always the best way to deal with economic problems, including the problem of not wanting to go out to watch the Atlanta Falcons play a preseason football game in 90-plus degree heat.
TOM GIOVANETTIPresident, Institute for Policy Innovation
So what do you do if you are a season ticket holder and are sitting on tickets for a game you don’t want to attend? Since it’s a preseason game, you might just toss them in the trashcan. But if those tickets were for a game during the season, they would be worth big bucks.
Hence the “secondary market” for tickets.
A ticket is sort of quasi-property. It’s not really property – it’s more of a…