whether the governments should invest or allocate the economy’s resources in public education is also suggested with the support of logic, economic reasoning and research which will be discussed during the course of this paper.From this essay it is clear that when private point of view is concerned, it is argued in Weale’s book Education, externalities, fertility, and economic growth that individuals who bear the most percentage of tax from their income, or individuals who even pay the taxes, would receive no personal benefit from those who would actually be getting education. This would mean that on attaining one unit of education, the marginal unit gained by a student would fall to the level where it would be equal to the value of tax spent on public education. By rule, no positive externality will be created in the short run as the opportunity cost for a student attending a class is the loss of income which he/she otherwise could have gained. Therefore, not only the government’s resources (taxes of the people) would be going to waste, but might also reduce the economy’s potential to raise its GDP. However, in the long run for those individuals who cannot afford the basic education for their children, would be able to ensure a bright future for them children with public education provided till K-12. This would mean that with more people eligible to attend colleges and universities, an economy can expect less corruption, crime rate and a stronger and more skilled labor force. ...Show more
The object of this paper is to research on both negative and positive externalities of public education as opposed to private education. Public goods, also known as merit goods, are something which the beneficiaries do not pay for directly but enjoy its utility…
If we assume, that all goods consumed or produced are private in nature, that is to say that one particular individuals consumption or production of a good does not have an impact on the other, the question of third parties does not exist. However, if and when our actions do have an impact on those individuals who are not directly involved in the process of production or consumption, an externality occurs(Staaf et al 1972, 108).
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Let us focus on the external factors that may cause the failure of market. But before digging into it, let's define what externalities are. According to a power point presentation of Thompson (2005), externalities are accidental costs or advantage that are forced on unsuspecting people and that result from economic activity initiated by others.
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Below I am trying to discuss some positive externalities of public education. The positive effects of public education can easily be considered nationwide. Public
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Public Education is widely known for generating externalities for the society, for it is a well
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