Factors influencing decision making
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The movement of demand and supply in markets will ultimately depend on the many factors that influence the behaviour of consumers, businesses, governments and other relevant groups. Collectively, these groups are referred to as ‘economic agents’ and the decisions that each group makes will have implications for demand, supply, prices and resource allocation in an economy. We will examine a number of influences under the following sub-headings:









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