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Chapter 2. 9 A Few Words from the Father of Economics. Image made available by the Adam Smith Institute. org/. ensure we store enough grain? Perhaps a better question is: Can you ever recall a food shortage occurring? Not anytime recently in the United States. The reason is that the profit motive, however selfish it may be, causes price differences in different time periods to equal storage costs (so long as no new harvest arrives). This means that the price difference will pay for the wages and salaries of workers involved in maintaining storage facilities, as well as all other storage costs.
This is another example of arbitrage, where you are profiting from price differences across time. Assuming people form roughly the same expectations about future prices, everyone will begin storing soybeans. There will be less soybeans today, causing today’s soybean prices to rise. 30. 10. That is, prices will change until the price difference between months exactly equals storage costs. The Indifference Principle implies a very powerful statement, that the price difference of a storable crop in different time periods should equal the cost of storing the crop between those time periods, so long as there is no new harvest.
83 Once a new harvest arrives in May–July, prices will fall due to the increase in wheat supplies. 8 Price of Winter Wheat in Kansas City. Source: Tulsa World. March 31, 2004. 06 per bushel. QXD 18 9/29/07 12:23 PM Page 18 Chapter One . . man has almost constant occasion for the help of his brethren, and it is in vain for him to expect it from their benevolence only. . It is not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer, or the baker, that we expect our dinner, but from their regard to their own interest.