Economics 150 need questions answered and essay - 30976

Request Posted by


Rating : No Rating
Earned: $0
Request Detail
Price: $25
  • From: , Microeconomics
  • Due on: Tue 12 Nov, 2013 (05:32pm)
  • Asked on: Tue 12 Nov, 2013
  • Due date has passed, but you can still Post Solution.

Please answer each of the following questions in a paragraph for each.  Explain your thoughts with theory and examples where applicable.


1.      For each of the following, determine whether it is a private good, public good, common resource or a club good.

a.   Congested toll roads

b.   Knowledge

c.   Fish in the ocean

d.   National defense

e.   Congested nontoll roads

f.    Cable TV

g.   The environment

h.   Fire protection

i.    Ice-cream cones

j.    Uncongested toll roads

k.   Clothing

l.    Uncongested nontoll roads


2.      The creation of knowledge is a public good.  Because knowledge is a public good, profit-seeking firms tend to free-ride on the knowledge created by others and, as a result, devote too few resources to the creation of knowledge.  How does the U.S. government correct for this apparent market failure?


3.      Why do wild salmon populations face the threat of extinction while goldfish populations are in no such danger?


4.      Identify the three most important expenditure programs of the federal government.  Explain how they differ from the three most important expenditure programs of state and local governments?  Explain why it makes sense for the federal government to purchase "national defense" rather than state governments.


5.      Why are Pigovian taxes preferred to regulatory policies as methods to remedy negative externalities?


module 3 economics.rtf
module 3 econom...
2 Solution for Economics 150 need questions answered and essay
Title Price Category solution By purchased  
Economics 150 help(from Q1 to Q5 as discussed)
$20.00 no category helper1 1 time(s)
Advance confirmation(only for bayrob)
$10.00 no category helper1 1 time(s)
Please Login or Register to Submit the Solution for the Request