The negotiations forged a new method for dealing with externalities
showing how Coasean solutions could be facilitated and used in wide-reaching economic conflicts.
5) The second is suggestive of the notion that this result was considered, by some at least, to offer an alternative--and perhaps a superior one--to traditional Pigovian tax/subsidy schemes for dealing with externalities
When managing crop disease, it is important to consider any externalities
that may plague the available control options.
The issue of pecuniary externalities
and other types of economic activities that have an aggregate effect on the real estate market--defined here as "market externalities
"--may even be seen as going back to the days of establishing the institution of zoning in the United States.
7) The introduction of consumption externalities
lowers the threshold share of non-Ricardian households--that is, the minimum degree of LAMP--necessary for the IADL to appear.
Coal companies have a responsibility to internalize accounting of negative externalities
WHY DO JUSTICE-RELEVANT NEGATIVE EXTERNALITIES
UNDERMINE CLAIMS TO LEGITIMATE AUTHORITY?
The above findings motivates Fitriani and Harris (2012) to simulate the effect of two policies which intended to reduce the impacts of the social and the green externalities
, namely agricultural zoning and maximum lot size zoning respectively, on the urban spatial pattern.
and Policies, Journal of Economic Literature, 45(2): 373-399.
Given the critical role externalities
play in justifying both development of property rights and intervention in markets and individual liberties, understanding mirrored externalities
and the consequences of our framing of them is vital.
One justification for these development efforts is the notion that these retailers produce positive externalities
for the existing local businesses and promote the arrival of new businesses, increasing municipal tax collection and employment.
The question of who pays for externalities
therefore seems to remain unanswered for now.