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Such production would involve the loss of, say, 8 units of clothing that could have been produced along with the 4 units of food. When we study why markets might produce such inefficiencies, it will be important to keep in mind that such losses are not purely conceptual, being of interest only to economic researchers. These are real losses. They involve real opportunity costs. Avoiding such costs will make people better off. CHAP TER 1 Economic Models • Whether markets work well is important. Most economic transactions occur through markets.
Ricardo’s suggestion that the relative prices of goods necessary for survival would rise in response to diminishing returns provided the basis for much of the concern about population growth in England during the 1830s and 1840s. It was largely responsible for the application of the term dismal science to the study of economics. Marginalism and Marshall’s Model of Supply and Demand Contrary to the fears of many worriers, relative prices of food and other necessities did not rise significantly during the nineteenth century.
About 50,000 years ago Homo sapiens were engaged in active competition with Neanderthals. Although the fact that Homo sapiens eventually won out is usually attributed to their superior brainpower, some research suggests that this dominance may have derived instead from superior economic organization. Specifically, it appears that our forerunners were better at specialization in production and in trade than were Neanderthals. 2 Hence, Adam Smith’s observation that humans have ‘‘the propensity to truck, barter, and trade one thing for another’’3 may indeed reflect an evolutionarily valuable aspect of human nature.