Non rivalrous exclusive non exclusive rivalrous

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non-rivalrous exclusive non-exclusive rivalrous CONCEPT
Public Goods, Private Goods, and the “Tragedy of the Commons” 17 Which of the following is an example of moral hazard?
Continuance of unemployment benefits that act as a disincentive for people to find jobs A congresswoman voting for additional fracking rights to bring more money to her local district The monopoly granted by the government to a power company Secondhand smoke costs that result in higher health insurance premiums CONCEPT Details on Regulatory Intervention and Market Failure 18 Which of the following is an example of the "tragedy of the commons?" CONCEPT
Public Goods, Private Goods, and the “Tragedy of the Commons” 19 The cost of cleaning up pollution can be measured by all of the following EXCEPT ___________.
market prices and quantity of goods/services produced contingent valuation as measured by surveys healthcare costs associated with pollution CONCEPT Assessing Costs of Waste and Pollution--Environmental Economics 20 Which of the following is true regarding contingent valuation?
An approach used to compare expenses and value-added when making a decision relative to the environment An examination of healthcare costs that are incurred as a result of pollution Seen when houses located in areas of less pollution have greater value CONCEPT

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