Ch 9: Public Goods & Government in Microeconomics

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This chapter provides an in-depth look at public goods and government in microeconomics. Take advantage of exclusive access to engaging lessons, short quizzes and a chapter exam as you boost your knowledge of this subject area.

Public Goods & Government in Microeconomics - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

Each lesson in this chapter is designed to enhance your comprehension of public goods and government in microeconomics. Review the lessons in any sequence you desire to learn the definitions associated with public and private good. Also, explore examples and review theories related to this subject area. The lessons can make it easier for you to complete homework assignments or study for tests.

Feel free to access the lessons as often as you'd like from your smartphone, tablet or home computer. A self-assessment quiz is available with each lesson to gauge your comprehension of public goods and government in microeconomics. A chapter exam is also available that offers a broader review of the lessons. If you have questions about topics covered in this chapter, be sure to submit them to our experts. Taking these steps can help you better understand the following:

  • The meaning of public good in economics
  • How private good is defined
  • Ways public goods are delivered

LessonObjective
Public Good in Economics: Definition, Theory & Examples Define public good in economics, and explore its theory and examples.
Private Good: Definition & Examples Study the definition and examples of private goods.
Delivery of Public Goods Describe how the government provides public goods to citizens.

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