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consumption externality


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An externality that affects the utility level of an agent, or the marginal utility of this agent's own consumption. An example of a negative consumption externality is noise from a neighbour's television or cigarette smoke from someone close; an example of a positive consumption externality is the sight of a well-kept garden.

Subjects: Economics.


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