Definitions for "externality"
The side effect on an individual or entity due to the actions of another individual...
A side effect from production or consumption, which may be beneficial or adverse.
a condition that may occur as a societal or environmental harm or benefit, even though no cost is assigned to it.
an activity of one entity that affects the welfare of another and is not reflected in market prices
an effect of one's production on someone else that leads to a welfare loss
An externality is said to exist when the welfare of one agent (firm or consumer) depends directly on the actions of another agent.
State of being external; exteriority
the quality or state of being outside or directed toward or relating to the outside or exterior; "the outwardness of the world"
See crowding externality and stock externality. See fishing mortality.
Keywords:  perceiving, mind, separation
separation from the perceiving mind.
Keywords:  forced, exchange
a forced exchange