The Broken Window Fallacy

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The Broken Window Fallacy

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● A man who has $100.

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○ How does the man spend his $100
■ How ever he wants.
■ This is unseen.
○ The shopkeeper could have bought some shoes
■ The shoe maker makes money
■ He buys groceries. The grocer makes money.
■ The grocer saves the money. Now the money can be lent to someone who wants to start a new business.
● It creates a domino effect of money moving through the economy.
● But! On net, society is better off to the tune of one window, and the market is more true to the desires of the society.

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■ How does the man spend his $100?
● He pays the glazier to have the window replaced.
● This is seen
■ But someone comes along and says “Look at the bright side. This creates jobs.”
■ Who benefits?
The glassmaker
The glazier makes money
The delivery truck driver makes money
It creates a domino effect of money moving through the economy.
■ Summary: The man has a replacement window, and less money.

Real Life Windows

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○ Terrorist Attacks
○ Wars
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○ “It’s good for the economy. Rebuilding creates jobs.”
○ “We have to spend money replacing what is destroyed. This will stimulate the economy.”

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● Construction companies
● Government contractors
● Roofing companies
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○ Insurance companies
○ Homeowners
○ The Taxpayer
■ When insurance companies fix things, premiums go up for everyone.
■ When things get destroyed, your tax dollars are spent.
● Now you have less to spend on apps you really want.
● In war a city is destroyed.
○ Without a war, there are opportunities for the same resources to be applied to more fruitful purposes.
○ Instead of rebuilding a destroyed city, the resources could have been used to improve and enlarge the city or build a brand new city.

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“That Which is Seen and That Which is Unseen” Fredric Bastiat, 1850
http://www.learnliberty.org/videos/the-broken-window-fallacy/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPmo2e-bAMQ