Economics is the study of the production, consumption, and distribution of goods and services. Economics study attempts to clarify how the use of natural, technological, and financial resources affect the lives of human beings.
from: College Majors & Careers: A Resource Guide for Effective Life Planning. 6th Edition by Paul Phifer. p.84
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