AskDefine | Define internality

Extensive Definition

An internality is a term used in behavioral economics to describe those types of behaviors that impose costs on a person in the long-run that are not taken into account when making decisions in the present. Economics usually analyzes these costs similar to the way that externalities are analyzed.
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