Project #90191 - MacroEconomics ( DUE ASAP)

Adam Smith and the ‘invisible hand’ are nearly synonymous in modern economic thinking. Adam Smith is strongly associated with the invisible hand, understood as a general rule that people in realising their self-interests unintentionally benefit the public good.

Read what your textbook has to say about the 'invisible hand' and conduct a web search on Adam Smith and his theory about the 'invisible hand' which concerns how markets operate.  Address the following question:

Is the invisible hand infallible and does that assumption lead to the conclusion that non-moral actors like corporations should rightfully be free to do whatever they care to do?
 
Sexton, R., Exploring Economics, Custom, Bundle, 7th Edition, Cengage Learning

Subject Business
Due By (Pacific Time) 11/02/2015 12:00 am
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