Asked Nov 8, 2019

What implications does the nature of the supply of agricultural products have for own-price elasticity of supply of agricultural products?


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Supply: It refers to the quantity of a commodity that producer is willing and able to supply at given prices with available resources.



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(Percentage Change in Quantity Supplied) (Percentage Change in Price) Elasticty of supply 100 ΔΡ 100 P ΔQ Ρ AP Q


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