Price Adjustment

Price adjustment may refer to:

  • Quantity adjustment, a concept in economics related to changes in price and quantity
  • Price adjustment (retail), a retail policy also called price protection

Other articles related to "adjustment, price adjustment, prices":

Quantity Adjustment
... In economics, the concept of quantity adjustment refers to one possible result of supply and demand disequilibrium in a market, either due to or in the absence of external constraints on the market ... textbook story, if the quantity demanded does not equal the quantity supplied in a market, price adjustment is the rule if there is a market surplus or glut (excess supply), prices fall ... However, instead of price adjustment—or, more likely, simultaneously with price adjustment—quantities may adjust a market surplus leads to a cut-back in the quantity supplied ...

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