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2 November, 13:02

6. A government's economic role is complicated by the fact that

A. public goods entail no opportunity costs.

B. the public sector can't base decisions on marginal costs and marginal benefits.

C. economic decisions are made in a political context.

D. the marginal utility of public goods rises rather than falls.

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  1. 2 November, 13:54
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    Answer:B
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