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Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781285859460
Chapter 27, Problem 5E
Textbook Problem
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If the private cost and social cost columns were reversed in exercise 3, what would be the result? Would too much or too little of the good be produced? How would the market failure be resolved, by a tax or by a subsidy?

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The result of reversing the private cost and social cost, the level of output and resolution for market failure is to be determine.

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    QuantitySocial CostPrivate CostBenefitMarginal Benefits (MB)External Cost
    1241212-2
    26102210-4
    31218

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