For what has happened in society in recent months, they have an expensive term in the economy: the collective action-issue. This problem arises in situations where it is in everyone’s interest to adhere to the rules, but where we cannot all commit ourselves individually.
According to Harald Benink, professor of Banking & Finance at Tilburg University, that was the lesson of the summer. “There is a group of Dutch people who apparently are unable to act in the public interest. That is why action must now be taken. We really have to find a way to keep the R under control and still allow society to continue running. ”
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