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TOTAL PRODUCT: The total quantity of output produced by a firm for a given quantity of inputs. Total product is the foundation upon which the analysis of short-run production for a firm is analyzed. The usual framework is to analyze total product when in a variable input (labor) changes, for a given amount of a fixed input (capital). Two related concepts derived from total product are average product and marginal product.

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SUPPLY-SIDE ECONOMICS: A branch of economics that emphasizes the productive capabilities of resources, especially in the context of macroeconomic instability and economic growth. Supply-side economics became popular in the 1980s after several decades of Keynesian "demand-side" economics. Supply-side proponents contended that policies aimed at the demand-side alone, especially fiscal policies, was causing economic stagnation. One note result of supply-side economics was the developed of the aggregate market, which combined existing demand-side economics with the newly emerging focus on the supply-side.

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VOLUNTARY EXCHANGE

The process of willingly trading one valuable commodity (good, service, or resource) for another. The key term is "willingly," which distinguishes voluntary exchanges from involuntary exchanges, such as those created by government taxes. Voluntary exchanges are the foundation of market transactions.

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