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Describe the shape taken by the indifference curve of bad goods

      

Describe the shape taken by the indifference curve of bad goods

  

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Dana
A bad good is a commodity that the consumer doesn’t like. The consumer has to be compensated with the good they like for having to put up with the bad good. Thus the consumer will have indifference curves that slope up and to the right

Dana05 answered the question on August 15, 2019 at 14:00


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