Each summer, many of the campsites at California’s favorite state parks sell out months in advance due to their limited supply, low prices, and prime locations and views. This has led entrepreneurs to reserve these campsites well in advance and then sell the reservations for a high premium on sites like Amazon and Craigslist. Does the money earned by these campsite scalpers appear in GDP? Why or why not? Suppose the state of California cracks down on campsite scalping by doubling the price of campsites. Would this affect the stateu0092s GDP? Explain.