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Learning Objectives

  • Why some people do not contribute to advancing their common interests with other people.

  • What the problem of the "free rider" is.

  • The advantages of small groups and countries for obtaining satisfaction in their demands for public goods.

  • The importance of private goods and selective incentives in organizations for collective action.

  • "Voice" and "exit" as rival forms of action.

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