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Economically speaking: Credit where credit is due

When I was a poor grad student, I made a lot of use of credit cards.

Eric Crampton
Fri, 04 Nov 2016

When I was a poor grad student, I made a lot of use of credit cards. Not having to pay for up to about 40 days after a purchase was awfully helpful when budgeting around lumpy scholarship payments. And I always appreciated offers of zero percent interest on balance transfers.

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Eric Crampton
Fri, 04 Nov 2016
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