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He also suggests that models based on two parties are flawed, as can be evidenced by information-broking third parties, such as Consumer Reports, Underwriters Laboratory, CARFAX and credit bureaus.
Economist Robert Murphy suggests that government intervention can prevent prices from accurately reflecting known information, which can cause market failure.
Market research from economists Erik Bond (truck market, 1982), Cawley and Philipson (life insurance, 1999), Tabarrok (dating and employment, 1994), Ibrahimo and Barros (capital structure, 2010), and others have questioned the existence, evidence or practical duration of asymmetric information problems causing market failure.
Very little positive correlation between insurance and risk occurrence has been observed in real markets, for instance.
Using a theory of market screening, he authored or co-authored several papers, including significant work on asymmetry in insurance markets.He espouses a belief that buyers cannot effectively tell lemons apart from good cars.Thus, sellers of good cars cannot get better than average market prices.This argument is similar to the since-challenged Gresham's law in money circulation, where poor quality drives out bad (though the driving mechanism is different).Michael Spence added to the debate with the 1973 paper "Job Market Signaling." Spence models employees as uncertain investments for firms; the employer is unsure of productive capabilities when hiring. Spence identifies information asymmetries between employers and employees, leading to scenarios where low-paying jobs create a persistent equilibrium trap that discourages the bidding up of wages in certain markets.