Markets in everything, Yugoslavia edition

by on May 31, 2008 at 8:46 am in Economics | Permalink

Already from the first days and weeks of the
conflict in 1992, individuals sought to obtain money by providing
information about the locations of prisoners and detainees. Some people
offered to arrange prisoner exchanges or releases in exchange for
payment. The practice continued into the postwar era, when individuals
from all three ethnic groups offered information about mass graves and
other burial sites for profit. About 12,000 victims of the conflict
remain unaccounted for.

Here is the article, the pointer is from Stephen Smith.

Diversity May 31, 2008 at 10:43 am

Things don’t change much. Payment for thsi sort of information was normal in Greek and Roman times -among those that could afford to pay.

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Things don’t change much. Payment for thsi sort of information was normal in Greek and Roman times -among those that could afford to pay.

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