Is the “invisible hand” still relevant?

Adam Smith first talked about the invisible hand in the Wealth of Nations, expressing the view that by and large, competitive markets that are relatively free of government guidance do a better job of allocating resources than occurs when governments play a dominant role. Stephen LeRoy, professor at the University of California, opens with this well-known economic premise in his … Continue reading

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