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Economic Definition of signalling. Defined.

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Term signalling Definition: The use of low-cost, easy to obtain information about a product or commodity to indicate the quality of a product. Signalling occurs when buyers use features of a commodity or actions by the seller to indicate overall product quality. These signals can be either intended or unintended.

 

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