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Description A demand curve diagram illustrating the microeconomic concept of negative externality. Based upon File:Negative externality.jpg by User:Jdevine.
Date 28 February 2011
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Author Struthious Bandersnatch
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current16:30, 1 March 2011Thumbnail for version as of 16:30, 1 March 2011640 × 480 (19 KB)Struthious BandersnatchColored demand curve red to match other demand curve diagrams on Commons.
01:45, 1 March 2011Thumbnail for version as of 01:45, 1 March 2011640 × 480 (19 KB)Struthious Bandersnatchadded metadata
01:38, 1 March 2011Thumbnail for version as of 01:38, 1 March 2011640 × 480 (17 KB)Struthious Bandersnatch== Summary == {{Information |Description=Diagram illustrating negative externality. Based upon {{w|File:Negative_externality.jpg}} by {{w|User:Jdevine}}. |Source={{own}} |Date=2011-02-28 |Author=Struthious Bandersnatch |P
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