Externality pricing in club economies
The paper shows that competitive forces in club economies lead to admissions prices that can be decomposed as linear prices on externality-producing attributes, where each member pays the same amount per unit attribute contributed. The externalities prices are sufficient to cover the costs of services provided within the club.
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