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Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity is truthful not only for physics.It analyses costs and benefits and provides some theoretical principles for particular instruments of public economics.The criteria for evaluation of the common wealth are pretty subjective: its truthfulness or falsity cannot be determined unquestioningly and accurately.Though, some common ethical criteria of economic welfare, that permit to identify and separate needs and wants, can be established.This is the basic goal of welfare economics in the modern world.Distributive justice is often considered not to belong to the scope of economics, but there is actually an important literature in economics that addresses normative issues in social and economic justice.A variety of economic theories and approaches provide many insights in these matters.Presented below are the theory of inequality and poverty measurement, welfare economics, the theory of social choice, the theory of bargaining and of cooperative games, and the theory of fair allocation.There has been a good deal of cross-fertilization between these different branches of normative economics and philosophical theories of justice, and many examples of such mutual influences are exhibited in this article.It is logical, that a well-developed and stable society should provide the population with all the basic needs, without prejudice to the rest of population.The production and consumption equilibrium leads to the Pareto optimum results.