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Public good

Public good Definition

In economics, a public good is some economic good which possesses two properties:

  • It is non-rivalrous, meaning that it does not exhibit scarcity, and that once it has been produced, everyone can benefit from it.
  • it is non-excludable, meaning that once it has been created, it is impossible to prevent people from gaining access to the good.








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