A Summary Of Wealth In Economics


Wealth is nothing but the complete amount of all the things that someone has that another cannot have. Wealth by this definition is money in its simplest form. It can also mean a material possession, since it is often the possession of things that are not used regularly, and represents the total value of all that one owns. In this light, wealth may also mean the ability to acquire more material possessions through inheritance, depending on circumstances, and/or the ability to acquire more money through smart work.


Wealth therefore is nothing but the total amount of all the things that someone is able to possess. By contrast, wealth is nothing but the lack of anything that someone is unable to possess. Therefore, wealth may also be equated with poverty, since the two are actually not equal. So, we should now add two definitions to our original one: wealth and poverty. Please improve this paragraph by adding an introduction to a wealth range. Additionally, please improve this paragraph by adding a new definition to the existing one.


Now then, the next step in analyzing wealth should be to see what sort of abundance is represented by wealth. Abundance is perhaps the most important definition of wealth in economics and political science. More simply put, abundance is having enough to adequately support your needs and desires. There are a number of different levels of abundance, ranging from complete absence of scarcity, to near total abundance. As such, it is important to add a definition of wealth in Economics that captures the wide range of possibilities that exist.

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