Allocation of a countrys resources to the price mechanism, Microeconomics

What are the advantages of leaving the allocation of a countrys resources to the price mechanism?

Ans) The main conditions needed are:

1. Either a finite number of agents or products.

2. No externalities - That is, the consumption of single person should not harm or advantage anyone else.

3. No matter how much a person is consuming, they must be able to be made slightly happier by intense a bit more of something.

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