Lecture 14 - Questions on Hurricane Katrina What did your...

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Questions on Hurricane Katrina What did your company do in response to the crisis? Should your company have done what it did? (Do these actions fall within your notion of the role of business?) Could the government have addressed these problems? Why or why not?
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Non-market Failures Charles Wolf Senior research fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. He is also a senior economic adviser and corporate fellow in international economics at The RAND Corporation. Wolf is published frequently in national newspapers including the Wall Street Journal , Los Angeles Times , and the Asian Wall Street Journal and is a director of several large mutual funds.
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Charles Wolf The government is not a monolithic, infallible institution. Like the market, it, too, fails. Charles Wolf calls these non-market failures
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Wolf on Non-market Failures …non-market activities are those undertaken by governments and other institutions whose sources of revenue come principally from taxes, donations,
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