This video will provide an explanation of Say's Law of Markets. Say's Law of Markets is a classic economy theory which argues that arguing that the ability to purchase something depends on the ability to produce and sell goods and thereby generate income. Hailing from French economist Jean-Baptiste Say, Say's Law reasons that a buyer must produce something to sell in order to have the means to buy. Economically, Say's Law suggests that production is vital to growth and that government should promote production over consumption. Watch this video to learn more about the meaning of Say's Law of Markets.