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Interested in international commerce? In this introductory lesson, learn the difference between private, club, common pool, and public goods.
How can oversight create cooperation between separate parties? Learn how monitoring institutions prevent the exploitation of common pool goods.
How can individually rational behavior lead to collectively bad outcomes? This lesson delves into a large scale version of the prisoner’s dilemma.
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