The total amount of a good or service available for purchase; along with demand, one of the two key determinants of price.
The amount of goods producers make available for sale. [D03312] PMDT
A schedule showing the amount of a good or service that would be offered for sale at various prices during a given period.
The amount of property that will be made available for sale or rent at a given price or rental rate.
The act of offering a product for sale. The quantity offered for sale. The quantities offered for sale at various prices; the supply curve.
The quantity of items available at a given price.
quantity of goods and services offered at all prices
the amount of goods and services available for consumers to buy. Supply compared with demand dictates price. It is assumed that things that are in low demand and high supply cost less. Supply is increased when production increases.
The quantity of merchandise in stock at a store or a warehouse.
an amount of something available for use.
the willingness and ability to offer goods and services for sale.
The quantity of a product or service a producer is willing and able to offer for sale at each possible price.
A schedule (or graph) showing how many units of a good or service producers are willing and able to sell at all possible prices during a period of time. View Capstone Lesson(s) that address this concept
the amount of a good or service that producers are willing and able to offer for sale at each possible price during a period of time, ceteris paribus
The total amount of a good or service available for purchase by consumers.- Talon -Something similar to or suggestive of an animal's claw.
The relationship of prices to the quantities of a good or service sellers are willing and able to offer for sale, at any given point in time.
The quantity of a good or service that producers are willing and able to offer for sale at each possible price during a period of time. View LEI Lesson(s) that address this term
offering goods and services for sale
The different quantities of a resource, good or service that will be offered for sale at various possible prices during a specific time period; supply is generally presented as schedule of prices and quantities; it can also be represented graphically as a supply curve.
The seniors housing product available within the MSA.
The relationship between the quantity supplied and the price of a good when all other influences on selling plans remain the same. (p. 88)
The willingness and ability of producers to offer a good or service for sale.
The amount of an item that is available. For example, at a movie theater, the number of seats is the supply.
(of raw material): Quantity produced.
The quantities of goods or services sellers are willing to offer to sell at any given price, for a given period of time. These offers are displayed as price tickets in shops.
The quantity of a particular commodity available for current trading. heavy - When the volume of supplies is above average for the market being being reported. moderate - When volume of supplies is average for the market being reported. light - When the volume of supplies is below average for the market being reported.
The relationship between price and the quantity of a product suppliers place on the market during a specified time period, for all possible prices.
The quantity of that product being offered for sale at various prices, other things being equal.
The production of electricity. This is the portion you may be able to choose. ( Back)
Quality of a good or service that a producer is willing and able to produce at a given price.
The relation between the price of a good or service and the quantity that firms are willing to sell. Usually a positive relation - a higher price implies more of the good or service is supplied to the marketplace.
a relationship between price and quantity supplied.
A schedule of how much producers are willing and able to sell at all possible prices during some time period.
The quantity of a good available to meet demand. Supply consists of inventories from previous production, current production, and expected future production. Because resources are scarce, supply creates demand. Only price must be determined.
a schedule of how much sellers are willing and able to sell at different prices in a given period of time. The amount people are willing to supply is also influenced by non -price determinants.
The ability and willingness to produce and sell specific quantities of a good at alternative prices in a given time period. May also refer to the quantity of goods at the marketplace.
The amount of goods available in the market to be sold at a given price. The term is often coupled with supply and demand The appraisal principle that follows the interrelationship of the supply of and demand for real estate. As appraising is based on economic concepts, this principle recognizes that real property is subject to the influences of the marketplace just as is any other commodity. (See appraisal, demand)
The total amount of coffee available to the domestic and export markets; it comprises total production plus stocks.* See also Assurance of supply; Production; Regulation of supply; Stocks
refers to the quantities of a product that producers are willing and able to offer at a given price during some period of time
in the context of Manitoba Job Futures supply refers to the availability of occupationally qualified individuals, including new entrants to the labour market as well as those currently employed or unemployed.
The quantity of a commodity that producers are willing to provide to the market at a given price.
The availability of services or goods at centers. An example of a type of supply is the availability of milk at grocery stores, cars at a car dealer, or the number of movie screens at a theater.
In Star Craft, each player has two Supply counters- the first refers to the amount of supply being consumed by the player's units and the second refers to the amount of total supply available. The difference in the two numbers is the amount of supply that is still available for constructing additional units. Once the difference in the two numbers reaches zero, a player will not be able to construct any additional units.