impure public good

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A good that has some of the characteristics of a public good but is not entirely non-rivalrous or non-excludable. An impure public good may be non-excludable but can become congested (see common access resource), or it may be non-rivalrous but exclusion may be possible (see club.)

Subjects: Economics.

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