Describe positive and a negative externality, Microeconomics

1). Define and explain the concept of an externality. Provide examples of both positive and a negative externality.

2). The Prisoner's Dilemma Exercise:




B' Strategy




Do Not Advertise

Advertise


Do Not Advertise

A's Profit: $500,000

B's Profit: $500,000

A's Loss: $250,000

B's Profit: $750,000

A's Strategy

 




Advertise

A's Profit: $750,000

B's Loss: $250,000

A's Profit: $100,000


 


B's Profit: $100,000

 

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