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Question: A purpose of government regulation in a mixed-market economy is to protect...

a. property rights b. corporate rights c. investor rights d. sta...

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Question: A purpose of government regulation in a mixed-market economy is to protect...

a. property rights
b. corporate rights
c. investor rights
d. states' rights

Answer

A purpose of government regulation in a mixed-market economy is to protect corporate rights.
The answer is letter B. in mixed-market economy, corporate means private ownership in the means of production.
Its driving force behind the activity only seeks profit and accumulation of capital.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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