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The Regulatory Challenge of Biotechnology: Human Genetics, Food and Patents - Page 194
edited by - 2007 - 290 pages
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Wilderness and Recreation--a Report on Resources, Values, and Problems ...

University of California (System). Wildland Research Center - 1962 - 352 pages
...theory of government expenditure involving the concept of "collective consumption goods." These are goods, "which all enjoy in common in the sense that...any other individual's consumption of that good." 8/ Anthony Downs builds on Samuelson' s work. 9/~ He shows that a perfectly competitive economy moves...
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ORRRC Study Report, Issue 3

United States. Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission - 1962
...theory of government expenditure involving the concept of "collective consumption goods." These are goods, "which all enjoy in common in the sense that...any other individual's consumption of that good." 8/ Anthony Downs builds on Samuelson's work.9/~He shows that a perfectly competitive economy moves...
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Public Outdoor Recreation Areas: Acreage, Use, Potential ..., Issues 1-4

1962 - 200 pages
...theory of government expenditure involving the concept of "collective consumption goods." These are goods, "which all enjoy in common in the sense that...any other individual's consumption of that good." 8/ Anthony Downs builds on Samuelson's work. 9/" He shows that a perfectly competitive economy moves...
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Medical Care for the Aged: Hearings...88-1, 2...November 18, 19, 20, 21 ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means - 1964
...indivisible. Such goods have the characteristic that they become part of the environment. In addition, each individual's consumption of such a good leads...from any other individual's consumption of that good. Health expenditures, whether public or private, designed to benefit only some people unavoidably help...
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National Health Insurance: Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means - 1974
...indivisible. Such goods have the characteristic that they become part of the environment. In addition, each individual's consumption of such a good leads...from any other individual's consumption of that good. Health expenditures, whether public or private, designed to benefit only some people unavoidably help...
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War and Change in World Politics

Robert Gilpin - 1981 - 272 pages
...significance from the fact that they help a man form those expectations which 1 A public good is one "which all enjoy in common in the sense that each...from any other individual's consumption of that good" (Samuelson, 1954, p. 387). A free-rider is an individual who consumes the good at no personal expense...
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The Theory of Public Choice--II

James M. Buchanan, Robert D. Tollison - 1984 - 452 pages
...communities. A judicial system is a Samuelsonian public good in "that each individual's consumption leads to no subtraction from any other individual's consumption of that good" (Samuelson 1969a). Nearly all public goods, whose provision requires an expenditure of resources, time,...
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The Collected Scientific Papers of Paul A. Samuelson, Volume 2

Paul Anthony Samuelson - 1966 - 1038 pages
...••,»,•••, i) according to the relations X^SX',; and collective consumpi tion goods (ATn+1, • • -, X,+m) which all enjoy in common in the sense that each individual's...from any other individual's consumption of that good, so that X,+, = X',+l simultaneously for each and every »th individual and each collective consumptive...
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Organizing for Collective Action: The PolĂ­tical Economies of Associations

David Knoke - 1990 - 258 pages
...The Public Goods Dilemma ture, the concept of public goods has a precise meaning. They "are enjoyed in common in the sense that each individual's consumption...from any other individual's consumption of that good" (Samuelson 1954, p. 387). That is, "they must be available to everyone if they are available to anyone"...
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Retrospectives on Public Finance

Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University. Dept. of Economics, Carleton University. School of Public Administration - 1991 - 409 pages
...1958a) and Richard Musgrave (1959, 1969). The widely quoted definition of a public good as one where "each individual's consumption of such a good leads to no subtraction from other individuals' consumption of that good" (Samuelson 1954:179) defines the first characteristic,...
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