Asked Feb 2, 2020

For each of the following changes, determine whether there will be a change in quantity supplied or a change in supply.

  • a change in input costs
  • a change in producer expectations

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A change in quantity supplied is said to take place when there is a movement (either up or down) along the supply (ss) curve due to a change in the price of own goods.

Change in ss, on ...

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