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    Education provides both private benefits to those who receive it and broader social benefits for the economy as a whole. Think about the types of policies a government can follow to address the issue of positive spillovers in technology and then suggest a parallel set of policies that governments could follow for addressing positive externalities in education.

    Government programs that either pay for education directly or that provide loans or reduced tax payments for education could create positive spillovers. A city might allow its businesses to form a group that would coordinate business efforts with schools and local colleges and universities—allowing students to obtain real-world experience in their chosen fields and providing businesses with enthusiastic, trained workers.

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Questions & Answers

good morning guys.. I am Lawrence from Nigeria.. trust am welcome here..
Lawrence Reply
Lovely morning bro... Welcome 💕
Kosiso
ur most welcome lawrence
Kun
what is demand
Milton Reply
yes
Malak
Link seems to not work
Jayden Reply
what is an opportunity cost?
Azotikemah Reply
next best alternative cost...
suresh
Meaning of Economics
Kamara Reply
It can be define as the practical science that studies human relationship between End's and scare means which have alternative uses in all aspect of human life
Kosiso
what's the meaning of pure and impure
Levinel
Pure is free from immoral behavior or quality,Impure not clean dirty,filthy containing something that is in pure
Dumbuya
what is economics
Malak Reply
Economics is a social science which deals with humans behavior
Dumbuya
Explain two reasons why trade union membership may decline in a country
Pop Reply
analyse the factors that influence the strength of a trade union.
Pop
discuss whether or not trade unions benefit workers
Pop
nice questions guys
Kun
what is demand
ALALE Reply
what's the difference between elastic and inelastic
ALALE
The desire to purchase goods and services at a particular price
Dumbuya
Elastic: demand is price sensitive. Inelastic: demand is not price sensitive.
Ernest
what is equilibrium of a consumer
Kennedy Reply
is when marginal utility is equal to zero or entering negative.
Richard
what is international trade
joshua Reply
is the exchange of goods and services between two or more countries.
Richard
What is ceteris peribus
Kelvin Reply
Simply put, All things being equal
Mary
make all things being equal
ALALE
Things been equalized.. According to the definition
Kosiso
put all things equal
Dumbuya
What is the important of Economic
Parnda Reply
what is demand
Coded Reply
Demand is the various quantities of goods and services that consumers are willing and able to buy at a particular time over a given period of time
Kennedy
what is the rationality assumption?
Sadeya
what is a clearing house
barry Reply
so can we conclude that mircoeconomics is a under marcoeconomics
Florence Reply
l don't understand that part please teach me
gideon
microeconomics and Marco economic are not the same.one have to do with part of the economy and the other have to do with the entire economy
jackie
so how can we conclude microeconomics and macroeconomic in our stadies
Noah
please explain
Mathias
Am confuse can you please explain
Belinda
Pls Explain more
Parnda

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