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FACTORS OF PRODUCTION: The four basic factors used to produce goods and services in the economy--labor, capital, land, and entrepreneurship. These are also called resources or scarce resources. The term "factors of production" is quite descriptive of the function these "resources" perform. Labor, capital, land, and entrepreneurship are the four "factors" or items use in the "production" of goods and services. So there you have it "factors" of "production."

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FULL-EMPLOYMENT OUTPUT: The quantity of real production or real aggregate output (or better yet, real gross domestic product) produced by the macroeconomy when resources are at full employment. For all practical purposes, full-employment real production is real GDP produced when unemployment is at it's natural level, the combination of frictional and structural unemployment that can be maintained without inflation (or deflation either). For the aggregate market analysis, this is the level of real production achieved and maintained in the long run. The long-run aggregate supply curve is vertical at full-employment real production.

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MARKET CLEARING

A condition of the market in which the quantity demanded is equal to the quantity supplied, such that the market is "clear" of any shortage or surplus. Market clearing is a common, non-technical term for equilibrium. In a market graph, the market clearing is found at the intersection of the demand curve and the supply curve.

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