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Seinfeld Economics: The Cafe (Comedy sketch)

by Linda Ghent

Free entry is a term used by economists to describe a condition in which can sellers freely enter the market for an economic good by establishing production and beginning to sell the product. Along these same lines, free exit occurs when a firm can exit the market without limit when economic losses are being incurred.

Seinfeld: The Cafe (Comedy sketch)

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During the comedy sketch at the beginning of the episode, Jerry talks about “Bermuda Triangle” locations where no business can survive.

from Seinfeld, Season 3 (1991)
Creator: Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld
Posted by Linda Ghent
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