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In economics is there such a thing as scarcity of money? All I hear about is scarcity of time and the like.


There is not necessarily a scarcity of money because money is not a resource.  In theory, a government could print practically infinite amounts of money -- to the point where it wouldn't really be scarce.

But that's not really important, because money isn't a resource.  Resources are things that are used to make other things.  Money is just used to buy resources.  So even if there's no scarcity of money, there is a scarcity of resources.

That means that even if everyone had an infinite amount of money, it wouldn't do them any more good than what they have now because the stuff you can buy with money would still be limited.

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