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Synonyms for demand

Synonyms for demand

to ask for urgently or insistently

to assert one's right to

Synonyms

to have as a need or prerequisite

the act of demanding

something asked for or needed

Synonyms for demand

the ability and desire to purchase goods and services

required activity

the act of demanding

a condition requiring relief

request urgently and forcefully

claim as due or just

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lay legal claim to

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summon to court

ask to be informed of

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In addition to comparing how demand elasticity differed as a function of progression size, we also examined to what extent normalized [P.
In Figure 1 we examine the influence of aggregate demand elasticity on the balance of trade when an economic expansion occurs as the result of an increase of aggregate demand.
Many businesses experience demand elasticity and cloud computing is a natural fit in providing cost effective service in this area.
This is once again consistent with expectations, as a manifestation of demand elasticity.
The estimated cost-sharing elasticities have been used as perfect proxies for price elasticities, since for a given insurance policy, the medical care demand elasticity with respect to cost sharing equals the elasticity with respect to gross price of medical care.
184 Panel B Supply Demand Elasticity Elasticity Inner product using energy share (x 10) 0.
economy, while the demand elasticity, [epsilon], is set to a mean value of 10, which implies a steady-state mark-up of 10 percent, a customary value in the literature.
The demand elasticity with respect to Lahore wholesale price of wheat was -0.
For example, in a freight corridor offering both rail and truck options, rail rates will influence demand elasticity for truck service, and vice versa.
1] Foreign demand elasticity of exports (a) [[alpha].
In the United States, surveys among economists show that they believe on average that an increase in the minimum wage by 10 percent would cut employment in the low-earnings sector by perhaps one percent (which would translate into a labor demand elasticity of 0.
2) The implicit Australian export demand elasticity in the Global Trade Analysis (GTAP) (3) model is approximately -4.
The domestic demand elasticity of manufactured exports is shown in the left-hand column of Table 9.