Concept assessing costs of unemployment labor

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CONCEPT Assessing Costs of Unemployment--Labor Economics 5 Which of the following is an example of moral hazard? Secondhand smoke costs that result in higher health insurance premiums Continuance of unemployment benefits that act as a disincentive for people to find jobs
The monopoly granted by the government to a power company A congresswoman voting for additional fracking rights to bring more money to her local district CONCEPT Details on Regulatory Intervention and Market Failure 6 The "tragedy of the commons" occurs with goods that are __________. CONCEPT
Public Goods, Private Goods, and the “Tragedy of the Commons” 7 Which one of the following is NOT an example of a practice that contributes to anthropomorphic climate change? CONCEPT
Assessing Costs of Anthropomorphic Climate Change--Regulatory Intervention 8
The price at which the consumer purchases the taxed good increases by less than the amount of the tax. Who of the following bears more of the burden of this tax, assuming that demand is more elastic than supply? Based on the given information, this is unclear Both consumers and producers would equally share this tax burden Producers Consumers CONCEPT Taxation and Subsidy

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