Principal-Agent Problems

Which of the following is not an illustration of the principal-agent problem? (1) The real estate agent vends your house for less than you settled to. (2) The salespeople of the luggage company book first class seats whenever traveling out of town and write off the expenditure as ‘samples’. (3) The salesperson with an expenditure account takes her husband out to the dinner and charges meal to her employer. (4) The used car salesman vends a car for more than it is worth devoid of informing the buyer.

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