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How national parks in the US cope with a large number of visitors
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Read the following article on the issue of how national parks in the US cope with a large number of visitors.

Assume that the National Park Services want to restrict the number of visitors to Yellowstone to 3m visitors a year, which is smaller than the current record at 4.3m. They consider two policies: i. Raising the price of admissions, and ii. Setting a quota that limits the number of visits to 3m. Compare the effect of these two policies on consumer surplus and welfare. Use a graph to show which policy is superior.

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Porter's-Five-Forces Model focuses on the external environment that the company has to be able to cope with. The fir...
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