This video caught my eye, since I posted on the sidebar that I was reading Jay Richard’s Money, Greed, and God: Why Capitalism Is the Solution and Not the Problem (which the people who helped Francis write Evangelii gaudium could benefit from).
There are a few limitations to the video’s argument, because it lacks a couple important starting points, but it is nevertheless useful. After all, economics describes a great deal of human behavior. We assign value to things and we exchange things of value with others according to our circumstances and needs.
NB: I especially liked the pesticide analogy and unintended consequences, and the technical aspect of the drawing is very cool.