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Synonyms for demand

Synonyms for demand

to ask for urgently or insistently

to assert one's right to

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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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The critical residual demand elasticity is still five and the cross-elasticities of the remaining products would total only three.
This paper, therefore, explicitly studies the importance of aggregate demand elasticity for changes in international price levels and correspondingly the exchange rate when both aggregate demand and aggregate supply shocks occur.
gi] is the demand elasticity of supplier i, and [b.
The demand elasticity varies by sector, although the differences are not statistically significant.
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.
Import demand elasticity is negative and significant at 1 percent level within OECD member countries but at 5 percent level with the pooled set of countries and non-OECD countries.
Cloud computing architecture enables businesses to meet demand elasticity in computing resources.
Discrete choice model, demand elasticity, mode choice, logit model, forecasting mode choice
The demand elasticity refers to how sensitive the demand for a commodity when it changes in other economic variables; the price elasticity of demand refers to how sensitive the demand is for a commodity changes in price.
The study examined demand elasticity for locally produced and imported cigarettes, and nargileh tobacco producing a policy recommendation for an optimal tobacco taxation model that takes into consideration government tax revenues.
To the extent that retail prices were inflated relative to costs, one would generally expect call initiation (which is paid for by the consumer placing the call under CPP retail arrangements) to be depressed as a result of normal demand elasticity.
We believe it is particularly positive for MGTS, however, and therefore Comstar, given that its lucrative Moscow clientele base is characterised by low demand elasticity, facilitating the implementation of the full tariff increase in 2011.
When one allows for the contract choice response, the gross price elasticity of demand for medical care and the cost-sharing demand elasticity diverge.
Table 2: Effect of Cost Sharing on Therapy Initiation and Number of Claims Effect of Cost Sharing on Therapy Initiation DV= 1 if Ever Used Drug in Given Year Rituximab Demand elasticity with respect to: Out-of-pocket costs -0.