The Market as a Social Institution

The Market as a Social Institution

Question

How in pursuance of self-interest, interests of society are looked after?

Answer

Suppose someone inspite of being rich does not waste or misuse things while using, consuming or practising with; this he does in view of saving but it engenders natural savings if all people follow this trend. This will result in control on fluctuation in prices of commodities thereby BPL level contained to a great extent.

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