Lionel Robbins defined economics as: “the science which studies behavior as a relationship between unlimited wants and limited resources which have alternative uses.”
How do we understand this tension between unlimited wants and limited resources? That’s what Robert Skidelsky examines in this second lecture of his INET series, “How and How Not to do Economics.”
Aug 30, 2021
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