27. In Singapore, littering fines are strictly imposed. This is an example of a plan that

a.

You are watching: Corrective taxes are unlike most other taxes because they

relies on ethical codes to mitigate the air pollution externality.

b.

depends on the Coase Theorem.

c.

discriminates versus foreigners.

d.

depends on incentives to minimize the air pollution externality.

 

28. Corrective taxes are generally advocated to correct for the results of

a.

positive externalities.

b.

negative externalities.

c.

patents.

d.

All of the above are correct.

 

29. With a corrective taxes, the supply curve for pollution is

a.

perfectly inelastic.

b.

perfectly elastic.

c.

upward sloping.

d.

downward sloping.

 

30. A corrective taxes is also recognized as:

a.

a command-and-regulate regulation.

b.

a Coase taxation.

c.

a Pigouvian taxes.

d.

a Smithian tax.

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