Drunk Economics – Understanding marginal utility

Marginal utility is a very important concept in the world of economics. The economic term is defined as the satisfaction a consumer gains from consuming one or more product. It was developed by the Austrian economist Friedrich von Wieser, an important father of the School of Austrian Economics.

If you still don’t understand marginal utility then perhaps this simple video will help you out.

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