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Economic Definition of inelastic supply. Defined.

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Term inelastic supply Definition: Relatively large changes in supply price cause relatively smaller changes in quantity supplied. Inelastic supply means that changes in the quantity supplied are not very responsive to changes in the supply price. An inelastic supply has a coefficient of elasticity less than one. You might want to compare inelastic supply to elastic supply, inelastic demand, and elastic demand.


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