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Miller 1 Scarcity in Agriculture Scarcity in economics is not explained by just one simple definition. There are many aspects to scarcity in the world of economics. Economics view the world through the lens of scarcity. Scarcity works in all aspects of our lives whether we realize or not. Scarce economic resources mean limited goods and services. Scarcity restricts options and demand choices. Scarce economic resources mean limited goods and services. Because we “can’t have it all”, we must decide what we will have and what we must forgo. For example, the core of economics is the idea of “there is no free lunch”, someone mat pay for your lunch, making it “free” to you, but someone else bears the cost of it. Since all resources are either privately or collectively owned by members of society,
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  • Winter '19
  • Economics, Economics terminology, Scarce economic resources, aspects of our lives

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