[Solved] Why Does the Market Fail to Produce Public Goods

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Why does the market fail to produce public goods?

A)Because normally there is no demand for such goods.
B)Because it is impossible for the producer to exclude non-buyers from enjoying the benefit.
C)Because such products usually entail large external costs.
D)Because their production normally leads to increased income inequality.


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