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The same approach can be used to compare the marginal private benefits and marginal private costs of physician human capital and the resulting information can be used to assess whether physicians earn rents.
This way, when deciding when and where to land, an owner of an aircraft would be forced to consider the marginal social costs of landing at a particular airport at a particular time, instead of merely looking at the marginal private costs.
Then there would be hope that some of the many other negative externalities from automobile usage - traffic congestion, vibration and noise, water pollution, personal alienation, and visual blight, to name just a few - might also be addressed and recognized as valid cases for applying user charges to try to equate these social costs with marginal private costs.