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წარმოების ფაქტორთა ბაზრები. თავი 18. გრიგოლ მოდებაძე g.modebadze@agruni.edu.ge. წარმოების ფაქტორთა ბაზრები. წარმოების ფაქტორზე მოთხოვნა წარმოებული მოთხოვნაა . ფირმის მოთხოვნა წარმოების საშუალებებზე გამომდინარეობს მისი გადაწყვეტილებიდან მიაწოდოს პროდუქტი სხვა ბაზარს. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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The three most important factors of production are labor, land, and capital.
The demand for factors, such as labor, is a derived demand that comes from firms that use the factors to produce goods and services.
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The supply of labor arises from individuals’ tradeoff between work and leisure.
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The price paid to each factor adjusts to balance the supply and demand for that factor.
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Because factors of production are used together, the marginal product of any one factor depends on the quantities of all factors that are available.
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