Three P’s and three I’s of economics

In the December 27 episode of EconTalk, Pete Boettke summarizes basic economics as follows: If you don’t have the three P’s, you can’t have the three I’s.

The three P’s are

  • Property
  • Prices
  • Profit and loss

The three I’s are

  • Information
  • Incentive
  • Innovation

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