What causes surplus and shortages?


A change in price causes both Surplus and Shortages. Surplus means in excess (having too much) For example, if a store which sold an item for 10 dollars decided to change the price to 12 dollars, most people would not want to buy that item at the new
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Supply and demand. If there is more supply with less demand, we have a surplus.
shortage - demand greater than supply - increase the price or increase the units or similar units available. surplus - supply greater than demand - decrease the price or decrease
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