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Marginal Thinking in "Wedding Crashers"
by Dirk Mateer `

Two bachelors crash large weddings in order to have a good time. Each year they script their relationship to the family and enjoy the festivities. This is a wonderful example of free riding -- something that typically occurs in large groups. I use this scene as an complement to my discussion of public goods.

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Marginal Thinking in "Wedding Crashers" by Director: David Dobkin, Producer: Peter Abrams, Toby Kiccumshot, Robert L. Levy, Cale Boyter, Andrew Panay, and Richard Brener (2005) Two bachelors crash weddings in order to have a good time.