How To Market The Public Goods With Both Negative And Positive Externalities

Public good & externalities The externality is an important concern in the economics of public goods. Externality often occurs when the economic equilibrium between production and consumption, reflected as a private price, can not reflect the actual cost/benefit of such products or services. For example, environmental pollution is a good example of a negative externality. […]

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Developing Better Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs): An Overview of DAICOs

Initial coin offers (ICOs) continue to spark heated disputes within the crypto industry. While token fundraising systems continue to grow in popularity, there are some pretty strong indications that they may be improved. Nobody should expect ICO models to be impenetrable in such a short period of time, and similar to Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), […]

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