Economic Surplus and Derived Demand
AbstractMost demand – especially labor demand – is derived from the demand for some other product. This note demonstrates that the usual analysis of economic rent, as typically explained for the case of consumers' surplus, carries over to the case of derived demand.
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Date of creation: Jun 2006
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