Adam Smith

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  1. Who discovered the law of supply and demand?

    Learn how the law of supply and demand affects the economy. This important economic principle is hundreds of years old but ...
  2. What is the affect of the invisible hand on consumers?

    Discover how consumers help initiate and benefit from the invisible hand of the market, which naturally coordinates trade ...
  3. What does the term 'invisible hand' refer to in the economy?

    Discover and understand the concept of the "invisible hand" as explained by Adam Smith, considered the founder of modern ...
  4. Where does stimulus economics come from?

    Depending on which type of economist you talk to, stimulus economics originated from the ideas of either a book published ...
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