Blog of Economics - My College Learning Journey: Moral Hazard and Adverse Selection. A while back, someone asked me how does an individual differentiate between moral hazard and adverse selection.
I thought about it for a while before answering not because I didn't know what was the meaning but because I was thinking of the best way to explain to someone who does not have any economics background. One similarity between them: They are both market failure conditions As it is a term that is commonly used by economists, I was surprisingly shocked by how could it even be possible that someone does not know the difference when it is so distinct.
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