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James D. Gwartney + 3 others
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Microeconomics: Private and Public...

16th Edition
James D. Gwartney + 3 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305506893

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Chapter 6, Problem 9CQ
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If a project is efficient (its total benefits exceed its total costs), would it be possible to allocate the cost of the project in a manner that would provide net benefits to each voter? Why or why not? Explain. Will efficient projects necessarily be favored by a majority of voters? Explain.

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