Definition of Externalities

1. Noun. (plural of externality) ¹



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Definition of Externalities

1. externality [n] - See also: externality

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Externalities

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Literary usage of Externalities

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1. Population Policy and Individual Choice: A Theoretical Investigation by Marc Nerlove, Assaf Razin, Efraim Sadka (1987)
"These are principally the absence of externalities and the nonexistence of public goods. externalities So far, it has been implicitly assumed that an action ..."

2. Report of the Hundred and Nineteenth Round Table on Transport Economics Held by SourceOECD (Online service), Economic Research Centre (2002)
"The notion of finding all benefits of transport in the network faces its limits with market imperfections and externalities (Blum, 1998a). ..."

3. Improving Recycling Markets by Oecd (2006)
"Technological externalities Due to specific product and material characteristics, there are many wastes in which technological externalities are widespread ..."

4. Handbook Of Market Creation for Biodiversity: Issues in Implementation by OECD Staff (2004)
"Examples of biodiversity externalities Local Regional Global Watershed values Migratory ... When significant externalities exist, and it is not possible to ..."

5. Societal Value of Geologic Maps by Richard L. Bernknopf (1994)
"Network externalities Finally, there are many goods for which the utility derived from use increases as the number of others using them increases. ..."

6. Alternative Farming Systems by K. Schnieder (1994)
"Energy costs may not currently reflect their true costs to society due in part to their failure to incorporate environmental and other externalities. ..."

7. Freer Trade, Protected Environment: Balancing Trade Liberalization and by Carlisle Ford Runge, François Ortalo-Magné, Philip Vande Kamp (1994)
"At least three types of externalities are relevant to the trade and environment debate: • those that have their origins and main impact in the home or ..."

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