Chapter 3: Markets and market failure

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Demand
The quantity of a good or service that consumers are willing and able to buy at given prices in a given period of time. For economists demand is always effective demand
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Market demand
The quantity of a good or service that all the consumers in a market are willing and able to buy
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Condition of demand
A determinant of demand, other than the good's own price, that fixes the position of the demand curve
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Decrease in the demand
A leftward shift of the demand curve
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Increase in demand
A rightward shift of the demaand curve
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The quantity of a good or service that all the consumers in a market are willing and able to buy

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Market demand

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A determinant of demand, other than the good's own price, that fixes the position of the demand curve

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Card 4

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A leftward shift of the demand curve

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Card 5

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A rightward shift of the demaand curve

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