Better budgets, less harmful externalities
Those that stayed awake in Economics 101 will recall that an externality is a cost or benefit caused by a producer that is not experienced by that producer. While they can be either positive or negative, externalities are generally negative and mostly environmental in nature. Like a lot of things in the abstract world of economics, there is a gap between the gain or loss of private individuals and the aggregate gain or loss of
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