How to Think Like an Economist

There’s no such thing as a free lunch, as the saying goes. That’s because our world was created with limited resources. Unlimited demand from our troubled hearts is everywhere and at all times met with limited supply. “Everything we get,” writes Henry Hazlitt in his classic book Economics in One Lesson, “must in some way be paid for.” An economist is trained to think in terms of trade-

The rest is in the pages of Common Good.

Already a subscriber? Sign In
Scroll to Top