The interaction of individual choices because a type of fish is on the verge of extinction, the government imposes rules that prohibit fishing in the publicly owned spawning grounds. at first owners of fshing bouts complain about this restriction on where they can fish, but soon they notice that the number of adult fish swimming outside the protected area is much higher than it was before. with the restriction, each fishing boat ends up catching more fish than it did before the r which of the following principles of economic interaction best describes this scenario? o there is a tradeoff between equality and efficiency o markets usually lead to efficiency. o when markets do not achieve efficiency, government intervention can improve overall welfare o markets allocate goodseffectively
Option (B) is correct.
From the comprehension given, the following is the most suitable description using principles of economics, "When markets do not achieve efficiency, government intervention can improve overall welfare."
At times it is possible to minimize externalities with government intervention, such as in this particular case government intervention could prevent the extinction of a specific type of fish, which will further lead to lead to an improvement in overall welfare.