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Natural separation of employees The implementation of sustainable business practices UNIT 4 — MILESTONE 4 SCORE 20/20
Investor vigilance regarding compensation for CEOs Increasing awareness of the holistic connection between social sustainability, investment returns and climate change The US not signing the Kyoto Protocol Investors becoming increasingly aware of the immediacy related to climate change mitigation activities
Producers will bear a greater tax incidence because supply is inelastic. Producers will bear a greater tax incidence because supply is elastic. Consumers will bear a greater tax incidence because demand is elastic. Consumers will bear a greater tax incidence because demand is inelastic.
It is limited by assessed inputs and might not consider wider economic impacts. It assumes ceteris paribus to evaluate observed pricing as a means to attribute costs to externalities. It might not consider the heterogeneity of the population. It relies on survey-based information that is subject to biases.
Moral failure Externalities Information failure Principal-agent problems rival and non-excludable non-rival and non-excludable non-rival and excludable rival and excludable
Public goods are rival and excludable. Common goods are nonrival and excludable. Private goods are nonrival and excludable. Common goods are rival and nonexcludable.
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