Can't See the Tacking for the Trees? Try a Coasian Solution
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- Scott A. Beaulier & Franklin G. Mixon & Richard J. Cebula, 2014. "Can't see the tacking for the trees? Try a Coasian solution," Chapters,in: New Developments in Economic Education, chapter 11, pages 126-132 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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Keywordsexternalities; pedagogy; Coasian solution; markets functioning;
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