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Profit and loss

Profit and loss are the market mechanisms that guide what should and should not be produced over the long run.


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Economics in one page

Economics in one page

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A sparkling curious mind

What makes it [economics] most fascinating is that its fundamental principles are so simple that they can be written on one page, that anyone can understand them, and yet very few do. — Milton Friedman

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