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Are We in a Medical Education Bubble Market?

OPEN The New England journal of medicine | 1 Nov 2013

DA Asch, S Nicholson and M Vujicic
Abstract
In November 1636, the prices of tulip bulbs in the Dutch market rose rapidly from their normal level to the point where a single bulb might sell for 10 times the annual earnings of a typical worker. Just as quickly, in May 1637, tulip-bulb prices returned to their previous values. The causes of this dramatic rise and fall remain in dispute. The event occurred during the Dutch Golden Age, when stock exchanges, central banking, and many of the fundamental structures that govern contemporary capital markets and the approaches deployed by MBAs today were developed. One modern economic analysis suggests that . . .
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Economic bubble, Great Depression, English-language films, Bulb, Stock market, Tulip mania, Netherlands, Stock exchange
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