Rivalrous, as the same piece of cheese can only be consumed once. They are also excludable, as it is well possible to prevent someone from consuming the ...
Feb 13, 2010
Public goods provide an example of market failure resulting from missing markets
... The characteristics of pure public goods are the opposite of
So, when we make different combinations of rivalrous/non-rivalrous and
excludable/non-excludable goods, we get what are called public and
Goods characterized by rival consumption and the ability to exclude nonpayers.
A public good is a good that is non-rivalrous and non-excludable. ... A
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