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Supply and Demand Elasticity

See Also: Economic Indicators Balance of Payments Stagflation The Feds Beige Book What are the Twin Deficits? The Supply and Demand Elasticity Supply and demand elasticity is a concept in economics that describes the relationship between increases and decreases in price and increases and decreases in supply and/or demand. We have described it in greater

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Sales Order

See Also: Credit Sales Daily Sales Outstanding (DSO) How to compensate sales staff Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) Economic Income Sales Order Definition A sales order definition is an internal document which lists buyer and sales quantity for a given purchase. It is also a valuable document for operations. A sales order form generally indicates that no

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Mixed Economy

See Also: Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) Economic Production Run (EPR) Accounting Income vs. Economic Income Feasibility Study Economic Value Added Mixed Economy Definition The mixed economy definition is an economy where both the private market and the government control the factors of production. It is the most common form of economy that exists in the

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Market Segmentation

See Also: Market Positioning Market Dynamics Marketing Mix (4 P’s of Marketing) Value Chain Porter’s Five Forces of Competition Market Segmentation Definition Segmentation marketing is a smaller set within the market as a whole. You can divide this by age, gender, price, race, interests, etc. Often times marketers try and find these market segments to

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What is Deflation?

What is Deflation Definition? What is deflation? Deflation is the decline in the price for goods and services. It can also be referred to as the increase in the value of real money. In other words, it’s the value that the current currency will go up per unit of goods or services. Deflation Explained Deflation

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Average Cost

See Also: Fixed Costs Inventoriable Costs Marginal Costs Replacement Costs Process Costing Average Cost Definition Average cost per unit of production is equal to total cost of production divided by the number of units produced. It is also known as the unit cost. Especially over the long-term, average cost normalizes the cost per unit of

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Do You Know Who Your A-List Customers Are?

Do you know who your A-list customers are? I was in a board meeting last week when I heard an interesting story from one of the other board members. Mike recalled when he was a young man and developed an interest in electrical work. While continuing to work at his day job, Mike developed a

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