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Quiz 2

 

1. Good or bad that is both non-rival and non-excludable is a

 A. 

Private good / bad

 B.  

Public good / bad

 C.  

Optimal good / bad

 D.  

None of the above

    

2. Aggregate Demand for rival goods is determined by summing individual demand curves ___________ and  for non-rival goods is obtained by summing individual demand curves ___________ .

 A. 

horizontally , vertically

 B.  

horizontally , obliquely

 C.  

vertically , horizontally

 D.  

obliquely , vertically

    

3. A Pigovian Fee is a charge per unit of pollution generated, set equal to the _______ at the efficient level of pollution generation.

 A. 

Marginal damage of pollution

 B.  

Marginal cost of pollution

 C.  

Marginal benefit of pollution

 D.  

Marginal social damage of pollution

    

4. Following are the categories of Economic Incentives for environmental regulation

 A. 

Emission Fees, Marketable Permits.

 B.  

Marketable Permits , Liability.

 C.  

Only Marketable Permits.

 D.  

Emission Fees , Marketable Permits and Liability.

    

5. The Transfer Co-efficient is the ratio of the

 A. 

Decrease in pollution at a receptor to the increase in emission at a source.

 B.  

Increases in pollution at a receptor to the increase in emission at a source.

 C.  

Increases in pollution at a source to increase in emission at a receptor.

 D.  

Increases in pollution at a receptor to the decrease in emission at a source.

    

6. An Environmental Kuznets Curve (EKC) describes the level of environmental quality in a counry as a function of

 A. 

GNP of that country.

 B.  

GDP of that country.

 C.  

Per capita income in that country.

 D.  

Environmental protection of that country.

    

7. The revealed preference technique for environmental valuation , focuses on

 A. 

Measuring market value.

 B.  

Measuring non-use value.

 C.  

Measuring externality.

 D.  

Measuring use value.

    

  

 





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