Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Mr Amartya Sen’s senses are right in 0.00000000000000000000001!!

Are you counting it now!!

Don’t do!! And forget for a moment, how strange his argument on other hundred of issues in an economy.

Just right away read the below lines.

  • To be generically against markets would be almost as odd as being generically against conversations between people. . . The freedom to exchange words, or goods, or gifts does not need defensive justification in terms of their favorable but distant effects. . . . The contribution of the market mechanism to economic growth is, of course, important, but this comes only after the direct significance of the freedom to interchange— words, goods, gifts—has been acknowledged.

First I read somewhere few years ago but wanted to reread again and got it here. Also see here.

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