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12 October, 13:21

A quasi-public good shares all characteristics of a public good except that access to the good can be limited, at least somewhat, so that there are no free riders. Which of the following products best fits the definition of a quasi-public good?

Excludable and non rival

Non excludable and rival

Rival and Excludable

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  1. 12 October, 13:57
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    The answer is which products best fits the definition of a quasi-public good is

    Rival and Excludable

    Explanation:

    Quasi-public goods are sometimes referred to as mixed goods in the sense that it has the characteristics of both private and public goods.

    These traits can be summarized as partial excludability, partial rivalry, partial diminishability and partial rejectability.

    Examples of Quasi goods include roads, tunnels and bridges.

    A quasi-public good shares all characteristics of a public good except that access to the good can be limited, at least somewhat, so that there are no free riders.
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