- Oct 12, 2009
- Reaction score
- New Jersey
- Political Leaning
- Libertarian - Right
I don't think it makes that assumption at all. No where does it specificy equal productivity nor insinuates it. It simply states --- fixing a window that's broken does not stimulate the economy of the village because of what is NOT seen... not because of equal productivity.The video and I are making different assumptions.
For example, in the baker scenerio, it is assumed that whatever the money the baker would have spent would have equal productivity in the economy as repairing the window.
I think you're premise based on the assumption is a bad one... because it's based on an assumption.