market failure – merit or demerit goods ? Justify your answer using both economic theory and relevant examples. (25 marks)
Market failure occurs when a free market fails to deliver an efficient allocation of resources. Merit goods are seen to be underprovided by the state whereas demerit goods are seen...
Merit and demerit goods
Merit goods are also things that are 'good' for you, but unlike public goods they can be provided privately. The problem is that if they are provided solely by the private sector then they tend to be under-consumed, so, again, the government has to step in to correct...
1)sense of security
2)always be the teen's fashion
3)can use to play when we feel bore
4)makes closer when we r away(easy to get touch with our family)
5)we have fun there(by taking snaps,videos when there is a function)
8)can do calculation
spent in the last 2 weeks of a patients life. With Euthanasia hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars could be saved and spent on things such as education or simply reducing the multi trillion dollar deficit.
Euthanasia could be set up rather easily. There could be government run centers where people...
* Caste system
* Characteristics of Caste system
* Merits and demerits of caste system
* Class system
* Characteristics of Class system
* Difference between the caste system and class system
* Social Change
* Factors that led to social...
was a bride who is ready for her wedding.
We took our breakfast comprising of tea, buttered bread, eggs and a banana each. It was delicious which left everybody craving for more. After final touches in the house we were ready to leave.
We entered our family car whereby my mother and father sat at the...
There are five social institutions namely, family institution, education institution religion institution, political institution, economic institution .So all these institutions are inter related and inter linked with each other as the part of human body. As for as the family institution is...
the 1986 Philippine constitution (legal basis)
Let us cite the significant provisions of our present 1986 Constitution, as well the past laws that governs our obligatory and mandatory duty as Citizens of the Republic.
1. ARTICLE II, Declaration of Principles and State Policies
Formalist School. Afterwards, Shuttleworth and Cowie defined it as: The polysystem is conceived as a heterogeneous, hierarchized conglomerate (or system)of system which interact to bring about an ongoing, dynamic process of evolution within the polysystem as a whole.
Polysystem theory has broken through...
had to say. “Yah mom has a dry perm like Darren’s brother.” Mal laughed, this was extremely funny because Darren’s brother was another good friend of ours named Andre. Wrestling was fun, but it kept me at my best when I felt like I was at my worst. Everything changes when you become upperclassmen. That’s...
functional leadership engaging in strategic decision making across the business. To train practitioners for the profession, institutions of higher education, professional associations, and companies themselves have created programs of study dedicated explicitly to the duties of the function. Academic and...
resulted in the monetization
of economic exchange and spurred further growth of commercial agriculture
and industry, trade networks and the market system.
This was effectively, the rapid emergence of a capitalist economy. And it
had a huge social impact on late Ming China, upsetting the conventional...
alleviation of poverty.
2. Socio-Economic Challenges faced by Pakistan.
3. Estrangement from our own culture is driving us on the verge of collapse, not just our identity but also morality.
4. Reforms in Examination systems
5. Persecuted poor woman.
6. The search for truth.
7. Islam versus the West
Providing public goods
Merit and Performance Pay:
Its Educational Relevance and the Continued Debate
Candace K. Chun
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
This paper reports on the positive and negative impacts and research regarding merit pay or performance-based...
MEANING AND TYPES
MEANING OF AN ECONOMY
Every person has innumerable human wants. Food, clothing, shelter, entertainment, healthcare, and education…the list is endless. In order to satisfy their wants, people produce various goods and services to earn income for livelihood.
Production of goods...
Welfare Aspect. This aspect is concerned with working conditions and amenities such as
canteens, crèches, rest rooms, lunch rooms, housing, transport, education, medical help, health
and safety, washing facilities, recreation and cultural facilities, etc.
3. The Industrial Relations Aspect. This is concerned...
There are few advantages by change the economy system from Centrally Planned Economy or also known as socialist economy to capitalism or Free Market Economy . Competitions between firms should result in firms wanting to achieve economies of scale produce as efficiently...
Perspectives on the History of Education in Nigeria, 2008
INDIGENOUS AFRICAN EDUCATION
Dr. (Mrs.) A. A. Jekayinfa
General Principles of Education
Education is a universal process occurring in all human societies involving a society passed on its culture, that is the social, ethical, intellectual...
matters is understanding the computer system; its workability and how it can be used to achieve the desired goal within the shortest possible time and also, as a toll in the home, school and our working environment is a necessary aspect of the general education for all who live and work in his information...
that come up in our minds when we refer to ‘communication’.
According to Oxford English Dictionary, communication is ‘the transfer or conveying of meaning’ (Oxford Dictionary).
Communication is the exchange of meanings between individuals through a common system of symbols. (I.A...
Can Merit Demerit System solve disciplinary problems in schools?
Disciplinary problems in schools have been on the increase, particularly in secondary schools. I am posting this problem as I believe many schools are facing these problems. Any system introduced to curb disciplinary problems must be fair...
identify the factors causing these great revolutions and then try to implement these rules of revolution in our own society because it is true that time is slipping from our hands.
Merits And Demerits Of Pakistani Youth:
God almighty has blessed this part of world with immense talent and...
3. Financial position of the seller
4. Volume of purchases to be made by the buyer.
Merits of Trade Credit
1. The major merit of trade credit as a source of finance is its ready availability.
2. Trade Credit is available on a continuing and informal...
DISADVANTAGES OF CCE SYSTEM
The biggest disadvantage of cce is the grading system. The student scoring 90 marks and 99 marks will both score A*.So it'll be really unfair with the student scoring 99 marks...
The grading system may actually lead to more stress and disincentive to performance.
Discuss the relative merits/demerits of an agricultural policy oriented to price reform rather than one based upon structural reorganisation "The common market shall extend to agriculture and trade in agricultural products. Agricultural products' means the products of the soil, of stock-farming...
they are appreciated
6. The Emerging Power of Public Opinion
7. The suffering Soul in the Scientific Age
8. A Critical Analysis of Education Systems in Pakistan
9. Democracy is a culture rather than a process
10. Social and Economic Securities for Women in Islam
11. Truth is a rare...
EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIA
There is a well known phrase that “KNOWLEDGE IS POWER”. In human
life, at every moment we are learning some new things.
Education, a systematic learning process, is an important activity in society to understand the world around us and to create further...
earth. This essay will analyse the merits and demerits of technology before a reasonable conclusion can be drawn.
An example of an advantage can be air conditioning/heating which allows humans to survive extreme temperature shifts through technology. Rapid shifts in our environment would kill off many...
free market v. Command Economies
Theoretical Economic Systems
Basically, there are only three systems. At one extreme we have the free market economy where there is a very limited role for the government. At the other end we have the command economy, where the government takes virtually total control...