Incentives | Topics | tutor2u Economics

Incentives matter enormously in any study of microeconomics, markets and market failure. For competitive markets to work efficiently economic agents (i.e. consumers and producers) must respond to price signals in the market. What is an incentive? It is something that motivates or encourages someone to do something, engage in a particular course of action.

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