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Efficiency and Externalities in an Open-Ended Universe

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Efficiency and Externalities in an Open-Ended Universe
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Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute
ISBN/ASIN: B001C36LPM
Number of pages: 160

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The problem of externalities and efficiency is cited relentlessly in mainstream literature as the great rationale for government intervention. The Austrian tradition, however, takes another approach, viewing these supposed problems as having market solutions that depend on a view of economics rooted in an understanding of the competitive process.

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