Negative Externalities of Consumption as a Market Failure

Sometimes a good’s consumption imposes costs on third parties not involved in the market. Such situations are evidence of a type of market failure known as negative consumption externalities. This lesson introduces the key terms and diagrams required to analyze such market failures and provides several examples and potential solutions.

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