By Paul Krugman
Necessities of Economics brings the alluring writing and cutting edge positive factors of Krugman/Wells to the one-term micro/macro module. it's perfect for educating easy fiscal ideas in a real-world context.
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There are many scarce resources. These include natural resources—resources that come from the physical environment, such as minerals, lumber, and petroleum. There is also a limited quantity of human resources—labor, skill, and intelligence. And in a growing world economy with a rapidly increasing human population, even clean air and water have become scarce resources. Just as individuals must make choices, the scarcity of resources means that society as a whole must make choices. One way a society makes choices is by allowing them to emerge as the result of many individual choices, which is what usually happens in a market economy.
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But what assures people that markets will deliver what they want? The answer to that question leads us to our second principle of how individual choices interact. Principle #6: Markets Move Toward Equilibrium It’s a busy afternoon at the supermarket; there are long lines at the checkout counters. Then one of the previously closed cash registers opens. What happens? The first thing, of course, is a rush to that register. After a couple of minutes, however, things will have settled down; shoppers will have rearranged themselves so that the line at the newly opened register is about the same length as the lines at all the other registers.