Incidenta Impozitelor Indirecte si a Subventiilor asupra Preturilor - The Incidence of Indirect Taxes and Subsidies on Prices (Romanian version)
Competition between manufacturers exerts constant pressure on selling prices. Also, competition contributes to widening the market in terms of quantity demanded by consumers, which is even higher as the price is lower. Thus, price is a pole of attraction all the converging market forces, it is, as Michel Didier said "a little north of economic compass". The specific evolution of offers and demands curve generates balancing intersections, which are nothing but the sizes of the price.
Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
Issue (Month): 5 (Decembrie)
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