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Business, 08.11.2019 10:31, lifeofabe214

When a group provides a collective good or service, select one:
a. entrepreneurial leaders find ways to limit the benefits strictly to group members
b. the group’s membership is likely to increase
c. the group can divide costs to each person for providing the good
d. the group will inevitably confront the free rider problem
e. the group will overcome the free rider problem more easily than will groups that provide exclusive goods?

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