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Economic Definition of supply to a firm. Defined.

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Term supply to a firm Definition: The range of quantities of a factor that a firm is able to buy at a range of factor prices. Supply to a firm is a phrase that's most relevant to the study of factor markets, especially when contrasted with supply by a firm. Supply to a firm puts the firm on the buying side of the factor market. Supply by a firm puts the firm on the selling side of the factor market.

 

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