The free rider problem arises when

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    public goods are excludable and so consumers who do not pay for the good cannot consume the good.
     public goods are nonrival and so consumers who do not pay for the good cannot be prevented from consuming the good.
     public goods are nonexcludable and so consumers who do not pay for the good cannot be prevented from consuming the good.
     public goods are rival and excludable and so consumers who do not pay for the good cannot consume the good.
asked Jun 2, 2013 in Economics by anonymous
    

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public goods are nonexcludable and so consumers who do not pay for the good cannot be prevented from consuming the good.
answered Jun 3, 2013 by Xyz ~Expert~ (3,650 points)



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