Dealing with economic matters appears to most as an unnecessary and strenuous and endeavour. The economy forms your daily life in numerous ways whether as a voter, consumer, or employee. Therefore, basic economic knowledge must be part of the common good.
Economics and politics are not always easy to understand. If both levels are interwoven in public discourse as if they were one, it is difficult to understand. In order to make political or economic decisions, an understanding of the relationship between the two aspects is just as necessary. It is as important as the ability to understand and classify available evidence in terms of its relevance.