- Main Wikipedia article: Good (economics)
A good in economics is any object, service or right that increases utility, directly or indirectly. A good that cannot be used by consumers directly, such as an "office building" or "capital equipment", can also be referred to as a good as an indirect source of utility through resale value or as a source of income.
tangible and intangible thing, except labor tied services, that satisfies human wants and provides utility
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This category has the following 10 subcategories, out of 10 total.
- ► Consumer goods (18 C, 83 F)
- ► Free goods and services (3 C)
- ► Intermediate goods (2 F)
- ► Materials (71 C, 86 F)
- ► Natural resources (23 C, 281 F)
- ► Services (economics) (3 C, 12 F)
Media in category "Goods (economics)"
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