Foreign Intervention and Global Public Bads

Published by Springer

A growing literature emphasizes the significant benefits associated with the provision of "global public goods."  Like traditional public goods, global public goods are defined by the characteristics of non-rivalry and non-excludability.  Find the full chapter in Economic and Political Institutions and Development.

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