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Market Failure is when a good is either over or under produced in a free market due to its externalities or other properties (such as being rivalrous). This means that its ability to be used by more than one person at the same time, without any extra costs, makes it an undesirable good to be produced by commercial suppliers. Because demand is lowered, less will be produced, making the market fail. For instance, when a government pays for everyone to have enough of a certain good or service, this is a market failure because demand still exists but supply is no longer limited for everyone who gets that product.


Reasons for Market FailureEdit

Externalities(or transaction spillover):Edit

The market fails because it cannot measure the true cost or benefits of production or consumption.

Eksternalitas (atau spillover transaksi): Edit

pasar gagal karena tidak dapat mengukur biaya sebenarnya atau manfaat dari produksi atau konsumsi. Externalities are the costs of benefits of production or consumption that are experienced by third parties, but not by the producers and consumers who cause them. Eksternalitas adalah biaya manfaat dari produksi atau konsumsi yang dialami oleh pihak ketiga, tetapi tidak oleh produsen dan konsumen yang menyebabkan mereka.

<u>Positive externalities </u>

Goods that provide "benefits" to third-parties, who don't pay to receive these benefits.

< u Data-rte-washtml = "1" Data-rte-line-start = "true"> Eksternalitas Positif Barang yang memberikan "manfaat" untuk pihak-pihak ketiga, yang tidak membayar untuk menerima manfaat ini. They are under-produced and are priced too low. Mereka berada di bawah diproduksi dan harga terlalu rendah. For example, the implementation of a rain garden can generate a positive externality. Sebagai contoh, pelaksanaan taman hujan dapat menghasilkan eksternalitas positif. Rain gardens can help reduce run-off, but not everyone who benefits from the resulting improved water quality participates in its creation and maintenance. Taman hujan dapat membantu mengurangi run-off, tetapi tidak semua orang yang manfaat dari kualitas air yang dihasilkan lebih baik berpartisipasi dalam penciptaan dan pemeliharaan. A better example of a positive externality is the aesthetically pleasing effect that losing weight has on other people, since fat people are harder to look at. Sebuah contoh yang lebih baik dari eksternalitas positif adalah efek estetis bahwa kehilangan berat badan telah pada orang lain, karena orang gemuk lebih sulit untuk melihat. In order to get people to buy more of a good that has a positive externality, a subsidy can be imposed. Dalam rangka untuk mendapatkan orang untuk membeli lebih banyak barang yang memiliki eksternalitas positif, subsidi dapat diterapkan. {C hjkk

<u>Negative externalities

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Goods that impose costs to uninvolved third parties. <- RTE:: {"spasi": 0, "ketik": "LINE_BREAK"} -> hjkk <u>Eksternalitas negatif </u>

<u>Barang yang membebankan biaya kepada pihak ketiga yang tidak terlibat. These goods are over-produced and have a market price that is too low. Barang-barang ini diproduksi berlebihan dan memiliki harga pasar yang terlalu rendah. For example, the consumption of gasoline produces a negative externality in that people who do not use it (own a car) share the costs of the air pollution for which it is responsible. Misalnya, konsumsi bensin menghasilkan eksternalitas negatif dalam bahwa orang yang tidak menggunakan itu (mobil sendiri) berbagi biaya polusi udara bagi yang bertanggung jawab. Negative externalities are also a property rights problems. Eksternalitas negatif juga hak properti masalah. </u>

<u>Negative externalities causes market failure because the graphs have failed to measure true products within the society. </u>

<u>Eksternalitas negatif menyebabkan kegagalan pasar karena grafik telah gagal untuk mengukur produk yang benar dalam masyarakat. Failed to allocate resources efficiently and has overproduced/ consumed goods with negative spillover effects. Gagal untuk mengalokasikan sumber daya secara efisien dan memiliki dioverproduksi / dikonsumsi barang dengan efek spillover negatif. </u> <u> {C • <u>Short-term and long-term environmental concerns </u> </u>

<u>Companies tend to take on methods of production that reflects on short-term environmental concerns because of the costs of maintaining long-term awareness costs more, so the sustainability of development decreases. </u> <u> <- RTE:!: {"Spasi": 0, "ketik": "LINE_BREAK"} -> • <u data-="" rte-washtml="1"> masalah lingkungan jangka pendek dan jangka panjang </u> </u> <u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1">Perusahaan cenderung untuk mengambil metode produksi yang mencerminkan jangka pendek masalah lingkungan karena biaya mempertahankan biaya jangka panjang lebih banyak kesadaran, sehingga keberlanjutan pembangunan berkurang. An example of this is the energy relation pollution. Sebuah contoh dari hal ini adalah polusi hubungan energi. The production of a reliable source of energy is a highly demanded service to the extent that the negative externalities of air pollution and radioactive waste are pushed aside for the moment. Produksi sumber energi yang dapat diandalkan adalah layanan yang sangat dituntut untuk sejauh bahwa eksternalitas negatif dari polusi udara dan limbah radioaktif didorong selain untuk saat ini. </u> </u> <u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"> {C • <u>Lack of public goods </u></u> </u>

<u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1">Lack of public goods occurs when a government does not provide goods that are not sufficiently provided in a free market. </u></u> <u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"> <- RTE:!: {"Spasi": 0, "ketik": "LINE_BREAK"} -> • <u data-="" rte-washtml="1"> Kurangnya barang publik </u></u></u> <u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1">Kurangnya barang publik terjadi ketika pemerintah tidak memberikan barang-barang yang tidak cukup tersedia di pasar bebas. Ideally, a government would always provide all of the goods that are not sufficiently provided by a free market. Idealnya, pemerintah akan selalu menyediakan semua barang yang tidak cukup disediakan oleh pasar bebas. Market failure occurs because the market fails without public goods, but no one will purchase these public goods because there is no way to make a profit out of it; government assistance is needed to prevent market failure. Kegagalan pasar terjadi karena pasar gagal tanpa barang-barang publik, tetapi tidak ada yang akan membeli barang-barang publik karena tidak ada cara untuk membuat keuntungan dari itu, bantuan pemerintah diperlukan untuk mencegah kegagalan pasar. One example of this are roads. Salah satu contoh ini adalah jalan. Roads are not provided sufficiently by a free market. Jalan tidak disediakan cukup oleh pasar bebas. They are non-rivalrous, which means that they can be shared by more than one person simultaneously. Mereka adalah non-rivalrous, yang berarti bahwa mereka dapat dibagi oleh lebih dari satu orang secara bersamaan. This causes private suppliers to not provide enough roads for society. Hal ini menyebabkan pemasok swasta untuk tidak memberikan jalan yang cukup bagi masyarakat. That is why they must be provided as public goods through the government. Itulah sebabnya mereka harus disediakan sebagai barang publik melalui pemerintah. Public goods will not be provided by the market. Barang publik tidak akan disediakan oleh pasar. "Free riders" become a problem because they are people who receive benefits without paying for them. "Pengendara bebas" menjadi masalah karena mereka adalah orang-orang yang menerima manfaat tanpa membayar untuk mereka. </u></u></u> <u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"> {C • <u>Underprovision of merit goods </u></u></u></u> <u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"> {C Merit goods are goods that have a positive externalities, meaning that an uninvolved third party benefits from it's production. </u></u></u> <u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"> <- RTE:!: {"Spasi": 0, "ketik": "LINE_BREAK"} -> • <u data-="" rte-washtml="1"> Underprovision barang jasa </u></u></u></u> <u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"> <- RTE!:: {"spasi": 0, "ketik": "LINE_BREAK"} -> barang Merit adalah barang yang memiliki eksternalitas positif, yang berarti bahwa manfaat pihak ketiga terlibat dari produksi itu. The reason a merit good implies market failure is because the social benefit produced is not accurately reflected by the price of the good. Alasan suatu pahala yang baik menyiratkan kegagalan pasar adalah karena manfaat sosial yang dihasilkan tidak akurat tercermin oleh harga barang. Keeping this in mind, it is easy to understand why there is an underprovision of merit goods. Menjaga ini dalam pikiran, mudah untuk memahami mengapa ada underprovision barang jasa. These goods are undervalued, meaning that the equilibrium quantity is less than the socially optimal quantity, hence there is an underprovision of merit goods. Barang-barang ini undervalued, yang berarti bahwa kuantitas ekuilibrium kurang dari kuantitas yang optimal secara sosial, maka ada underprovision barang jasa. Example: Education is a merit good. <- RTE:!: {"Spasi": 0, "ketik": "LINE_BREAK"} -> Contoh: Pendidikan adalah pahala yang baik. Society benefits from children developing higher level skills and not running around being hooligans even if they do not pay the full cost of education (for private education) </u></u></u></u> <u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"></u></u></u></u>

<u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1">• <u>Overprovision of demerit goods </u></u></u></u></u>

<u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1">Demerit goods produce a negative externality, meaning that a cost is incurred by an uninvolved third party. Masyarakat manfaat dari anak-anak mengembangkan keterampilan tingkat yang lebih tinggi dan tidak berjalan sekitar hooligan yang bahkan jika mereka tidak membayar penuh biaya pendidikan (untuk pendidikan swasta) </u></u></u></u> <u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1">/></u></u></u></u>

<u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1">• <u> Overprovision barang cela < / b> </u></u></u></u></u>

<u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u>barang DeMerit menghasilkan eksternalitas negatif, yang berarti bahwa biaya yang dikeluarkan oleh pihak ketiga yang tidak terlibat. The equilibrium quantity of demerit goods is larger than the socially optimal quantity because of the invisible costs associated with a demerit goods. Kuantitas ekuilibrium barang cela lebih besar dari kuantitas yang optimal secara sosial karena biaya yang tak terlihat yang berkaitan dengan barang cela. This difference in quantity produced implies that there will always be an over provision of demerit goods. Perbedaan dalam kuantitas yang diproduksi menyiratkan bahwa akan selalu ada suatu ketentuan atas barang cela. </u></u></u></u></u>

<u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u>Whether it is a positive or negative externalities, there is also an externality. </u></u></u></u></u>

<u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u>Apakah itu merupakan eksternalitas positif atau negatif, ada juga eksternalitas. Which deals with time inconsistent behavior, a tendency to act in such a way to benefit you now and not future you. Yang berkaitan dengan perilaku waktu yang tidak konsisten, kecenderungan untuk bertindak sedemikian rupa untuk keuntungan Anda sekarang dan bukan masa depan Anda. </u></u></u></u></u>

<u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u>Example: A person buys giant speakers and plays tight music all night. </u></u></u></u></u>

<u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u>Contoh: Seseorang membeli speaker raksasa dan memainkan musik yang ketat sepanjang malam. The negative externality is that the nice grandma who lives next door stays up all night not being able to sleep. Eksternalitas negatif adalah bahwa nenek baik yang tinggal di sebelah tetap terjaga sepanjang malam tidak bisa tidur. </u></u></u></u></u> <u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u></u></u></u></u></u>

<u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u>• <u>Abuse of monopoly power </u></u></u></u></u></u>

<u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u>Monopolies are corporations that are the only companies that currently sell that product. </u></u></u></u></u> <u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u> </u></u></u></u></u>

<u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u>• <u> Penyalahgunaan kekuasaan monopoli </u></u></u></u></u></u> <u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u><u>Monopoli adalah perusahaan yang merupakan hanya perusahaan yang saat ini menjual produk tersebut. Since they do not have any competition, like there normally would be, the monopolies have the ability to demand any price they want for the good. Karena mereka tidak memiliki kompetisi apapun, seperti biasanya akan ada, monopoli memiliki kemampuan untuk permintaan apapun harga yang mereka inginkan untuk kebaikan. For people who desperately need this good, it is extremely inelastic, so they will pay no matter the cost. Bagi orang yang sangat membutuhkan ini yang baik, adalah sangat elastis, sehingga mereka akan membayar tidak peduli biaya. Seeing that they have this power with their inelastic good, monopolies can easily hike up the prices without any fear that their customers will go on to substitutes, because they are a monopoly. Melihat bahwa mereka memiliki kekuatan ini dengan baik inelastis mereka, monopoli dapat dengan mudah mendaki harga tanpa takut bahwa pelanggan mereka akan pergi untuk pengganti, karena mereka monopoli. This will cause market failure because the supply side isn't even affected by competition. Hal ini akan menyebabkan kegagalan pasar karena sisi penawaran bahkan tidak terpengaruh oleh persaingan. Though monopolies create market failure, they can be used to benefit off of goods with negative externalities. Meskipun monopoli menciptakan kegagalan pasar, mereka dapat digunakan untuk manfaat off barang dengan eksternalitas negatif. </u></u></u></u></u></u>

<u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u><u>Example: A drug company is the only one who is able to make a cure for cancer. </u></u></u></u></u></u>

<u><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u data-="" rte-washtml="1"><u><u>Contoh: Sebuah perusahaan obat adalah satu-satunya yang mampu membuat obat untuk menyembuhkan kanker. They could ask whatever price they wanted because people would pay anything to have the drug and there would be no competitors. Mereka bisa minta harga apa pun yang mereka inginkan karena orang akan membayar apapun untuk memiliki obat dan tidak akan ada pesaing. </u></u></u></u></u></u>

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Possible Government Responses to Market FailureEdit

Legislation is when the government sets specific regulations for the country. Legislation deals with market failure and often involves increased regulation. To reduce the effects of a negative externality, the government might increase regulation of the good responsible for it resulting in a higher price and lower quantity. For example, the government says, "there must be seat belts and airbags in all cars or they cannot be put on the market".


Direct provision of merit and public goods. Merit and public goods lead to market failure because they are non-rivalrous and non-excludable, meaning people are not willing to pay for them. This makes it difficult for a market to even exist for that good. By directly providing these goods, the government prevents market failure while also improving its infrastructure.

For example: Building paved roads doesn't give any kind of profit to the producer, which is why the Government must do the job, because if someone else produced it, they would receive nothing.


Taxation
This is when the government increases a goods price by employing taxes on the consumption of that particular good. Due to the increase of taxation, consumption will decrease because fewer people will be willing to buy at a higher price, since the tax on the product may be more expensive than before. Also, when increasing tax, this will cause the businesses to compete with eachother on their prices. Also, there might be some underground business because products are expensive.


The government can particulary tax certain private parties to reduce the amount of marginal private cost in order for it to equal to the marginal social cost for a negative production externality. By taxing a party, they will have a higher cost when producing their goods. Taxation can also provide a source of payment for public goods. e.g. we wouldn't have roads without taxes to pay for them.


Subsidies

When a good has a positive externality, the government will often create a subsidy to reduce the effects of a market failure. This means that the government will give money to the party that produces this positive externality, in order to encourage production. When subsidies are given, the producers have more money to produce their goods. This will increase production, bringing the marginal private benefits closer to marginal social benefits, decreasing the positive externality, and thus stopping market failure.

Also, the change in price DOES NOT mean the price will change.


Tradable permits

Tradable permits (also known as cap and trade) put a cap on the spillover cost incurred by uninvolved third parties from production. Each firm starts out with a specific amout of permits, based on their need for the good. These permits are issued from the government to firms who produce demerit goods, and the permits can be bought and sold from firm to firm. This way, firms have an incentive to become more efficient and limit the magnitude of negative externalities. A key example of tradable permits is carbon emissions. Europe already has tradable carbon permits.


Extension of property rights:

Property rights are the proof of ownership that one needs in order to show ownership of property, a house, etc. It is one of the many basic rights in society. Without property rights no one would be able to show proof of any ownership over goods that may be bought. If you let everyone use the land, they will trash it and not take care of it, but if you give a person ownership to the land, they will take care of it.


Advertising to encourage or discourage consumption

The government uses advertising to encourage or discourage consumption or production of goods that produce either positive or negative externalities. Increases in consumption or production can affect the market. When there is a deficit, the government wants to encourage consumption or production, and when there is a surplus the government wants to discourage consumption or production. For example, climate change is a result of pollution. Pollution is a negative production externality. To bring awareness about climate change and pollution, the government and other organizations create numerous advertising like television commercials and newspaper ads informing the public. Goods with positive externalities are underproduced, so the government wants to encourage consumption of these goods. Goods with negative externalities are overproduced, so the government wants to discourage production of these goods.


International cooperation among governments

As a response to market failures, governments and specific organizations join together to tackle externalities, generally negative externalities. The focus is to create potential methods that will equalize the marginal social cost/benefit and the marginal private cost/benefit. However, international cooperation has been shown to be not as effective as desired. One of the most recent example is the UN climate conference in Copenhagen in December 2009. The purpose of the meeting was to address the issue of carbon dioxide emission. The Copenhagen conference was considered a failure due to no establishment of a legal agreement between the 170 countries represented. There were numerous negotiation problems and many of the countries did not support the Copehagen Accord, which was proposed by the United States, India, China, South Africa, and Brazil.

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