Most economists contend that?

Most economists contend that?

Postby aethelstun » Fri Mar 25, 2011 3:13 pm

Most economists contend that: 
A. noncash transfers are more efficient than cash transfers.
B. noncash transfers are less efficient than cash transfers.
C. noncash and cash transfers are equally efficient.
D. government can assess consumer preferences better than can consumers themselves.
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Most economists contend that?

Postby muir » Fri Mar 25, 2011 3:14 pm

Most economists contend that: 
A. noncash transfers are more efficient than cash transfers.
B. noncash transfers are less efficient than cash transfers.
C. noncash and cash transfers are equally efficient.
D. government can assess consumer preferences better than can consumers themselves.
That depends entirely on what sort of noncash transfer you were thinking about. A noncash transfer of electronic funds is very efficient. A noncash transfer of bartered goods is not.
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