Are these good evaluations for indirect taxes and price ceilingsWatch
indirect taxes as a form of government intervention can lead to government failure because a rise in costs of production means small firms with small profits and higher average costs may not be able to withstand this increased cost of production and so will leave the market allowing more room for monopolies to form and increase market share because the bigger firms will be able to cope with the increased costs of production whereas small firms will not be able to so it may result in monopolies which leads to different types of market failures
a price ceiling is usually set below mark equilibrium in order to lower the legal prices firms in the market can sell at making it more affordable . However this means if prices are lowered enough it creates high barriers to entry as new small firms with high average costs will not join the market whilst small firms already in the market will leave as the lower price will be near/below their costs of production.This means the market will become concentrated and monopolies will form who will use their monopsony power to lower wages of workers in that industry leading to an inequitable distribution of income hence government failure
Good evaluation points but you could be more specific about the problems caused by monopolies by saying that they lead to lower output and higher prices for consumers resulting in an inefficient allocation of resources.