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Definition of Excludability
1. [n -TIES]
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Literary usage of Excludability
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1. Multifunctionality: Towards an Analytical Framework by Leo Maier, Mikitaro Shobayashi (2001)
"However, the characteristic of excludability means that it is possible to achieve social optimality through a certain combination of the numbers of users ..."
2. Immigration and Nationality Act (1995) by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"CUSTODY PENDING DETERMINATION OF DEPORTABILITY AND excludability. ... (5) by adding at the end the following new subparagraph: (b) excludability. ..."
3. Multifunctionality: The Policy Implications by Mikitaro Shobayashi (2003)
"There may be considerable flexibility in organising excludability ranging from, for example, ... In the case of the hotel levy, strict excludability cannot ..."
4. Multifunctionality in Agriculture: What Role for Private Initiatives? by OECD Staff, SourceOECD (Online service) (2005)
"Some economic aspects of NCOs Public good characteristics, ie non-excludability and non-rivalry, prevent NCOs from being transacted in markets, ..."
5. The Other Invisible Hand: Remaking Charity for the 21st Century by Geoff Mulgan, Charles Landry (1995)
"The recent fashion in economics has been to narrow the economic definition of public goods on the grounds that non-excludability is often a result of ..."
6. Forest Certification: a policy perspective by Chris Elliott (2000)
"5.2.2 Basic Attributes of Problem Area or Good "excludability" and a good's ... Despite these examples of limits to excludability, in Canada (contrary to ..."