how money kind the effect of money?
In economics classes, you will learn that money is “a unit of account, a store of value, and a medium of exchange.” Money is useful for trade because it is easy to carry around and it can be used to make trade easier. For example (hypothetical), if you give me a haircut and I offer you a chicken in return, but you already have ten chickens, then you may not be happy with that trade. However, if I just give you money then you can choose to buy a chicken or to buy something else instead. Maybe you need a warm winter sweater and you don’t want to walk around carrying that chicken until you find someone who is willing to trade with you. Since money is commonly accepted by everyone as something that you can use to trade, you will probably find someone who wants to sell you a sweater in exchange for money much faster than you will be able to find someone who wants to sell you a sweater in exchange for a chicken.
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