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__6.In the early West, many of the open lands were overgrazed. This was largely because
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__7.If the consumption of a good by one person reduces the amount of it that can be consumed by others, the good
is__8.A good is a nonexcludable if
__9.Asymmetric informationexists when
a.both parties to an exchange have all relevant facts about that exchange.b.a good that is either nonrivalrous or nonexcludable is being sold on a market.c.the two parties to an exchange differ in what they know about the good being exchanged.d.neither party to an exchange is knowledgeable about the quality of the good beingexchanged.__B__ 10.The government's provision of nonexcludable public goods such as national defense is accepted because
__ 11.When marginal private cost is less than marginal social cost,
Which of the following is an example of a negative externality?
__13.A tax may be used as a corrective device in the case of a negative externality because it will __________
marginal private costs and __________ supply.a.increase; decreaseb.increase; increase
c.decrease; decreased.decrease; increase__B

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Market failure, Externality, negative externality, c nonexcludable
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