types of goods
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A merit good is defined as a good that is better for a person than the person who may consume the good realises.
Due to information failure, merit goods tend to be
The government may feel that people consume too little of things that are good for them: things such as education, preventative health care and sports facilities.
Merit goods produce positive externalities.
The government could either provide them free or subsidise their production.