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Since an additional unit of C benefits all individuals, the left-hand side is the sum of the marginal willingness to pay for public SI of all individuals, which in a welfare maximum equals the marginal cost of an additional unit of C.
Pope, "Which Hedonic Models Can We Trust to Recover the Marginal Willingness to Pay for Environmental Amenities?
] / dQ) (21) The marginal willingness to pay for quality is the sum of the non-market value of the disutility of non-healthy time and the aesthetic value of quality, the opportunity cost of illness, and averting expenditures after the optimal adjustment to the quality change.
In this situation, any deadweight loss that had existed with no discrimination still exists, by which we mean that the gap between marginal willingness to pay for one more unit and marginal cost of producing one more unit is the same.
g] is called the consumer's marginal willingness to pay for the public good [10, 273-91].