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VERTICAL INTEGRATION: The situation in which a firm participates in more than one successive stage of the production or distribution process. For example a soft drink company that also controls a sugar-producing firm is said to be vertically integrated because the soft drink company does not have to buy sugar from other firms to produce soft drinks. In some cases, two separate firms are vertically integrate because one firm produces a good or service and the other distributes it.

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HOMOGENEOUS OF DEGREE ZERO: A property of an equation the exists if independent variables are increased by a constant value, then the dependent variable is increased by the value raised to the power of 0. In other words, for any changes in the independent variables, the dependent variable does not change. This is a special type of homogeneous equation.

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SCARCE

A condition in which a given good or resource is limited relative to its desired uses. This is a special condition of the general condition of scarcity. A scarce good or resource is typically exchanged through markets and carries a positive price.

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