Solutional new logo (1)

Demand

Deel dit
" Terug naar Woordenlijst Index

Demand[1]” is a foundational concept in the field of economics that refers to the quantity of a specific good or service that consumers are willing and able to purchase at different price points within a given period. It is largely influenced by the price of the commodity, the cost of related goods, personal disposable income, individual tastes and preferences, and consumer[2] expectations about future prices and availability. The relationship between demand and its influencing factors is visually represented by a demand curve on a graph. The concept also extends to different types of goods demand, including negative demand and latent demand, and how these can be managed strategically. The elasticity of demand, another crucial aspect, measures the sensitivity of demand to price changes. Lastly, the market structure can notably impact the demand faced by individual firms.

Terms definitions
1. Demand ( Demand )
1 "Demand" is a foundational concept in the field of economics that refers to the quantity of a specific good or service that consumers are willing and able to purchase at different price points within a given period. It is largely influenced by the price of the commodity, the cost of related goods, personal disposable income, individual tastes and preferences, and consumer expectations about future prices and availability. The relationship between demand and its influencing factors is visually represented by a demand curve on a graph. The concept also extends to different types of goods demand, including negative demand and latent demand, and how these can be managed strategically. The elasticity of demand, another crucial aspect, measures the sensitivity of demand to price changes. Lastly, the market structure can notably impact the demand faced by individual firms.
2 "Demand" is an economic term that refers to the amount of a product or service that consumers are willing and able to buy at a certain price. This concept is influenced by various factors such as the price of the commodity, the price of related goods, personal disposable income, tastes and preferences, and consumer expectations about future prices or income. Demand is often represented graphically through a demand curve which shows the relationship between price and quantity. The concept of price elasticity of demand measures the sensitivity of the quantity demanded to price changes. Market structures and types of goods also influence the shape of the demand curve and the nature of demand. Additionally, demand management strategies are used to control economic demand to avoid recession. Understanding demand is crucial for both businesses and policy makers as it plays a vital role in economic forecasting, pricing decisions, and planning production.
3 "Demand" is a foundational concept in the field of economics that refers to the quantity of a specific good or service that consumers are willing and able to purchase at different price points within a given period. It is largely influenced by the price of the commodity, the cost of related goods, personal disposable income, individual tastes and preferences, and consumer expectations about future prices and availability. The relationship between demand and its influencing factors is visually represented by a demand curve on a graph. The concept also extends to different types of goods demand, including negative demand and latent demand, and how these can be managed strategically. The elasticity of demand, another crucial aspect, measures the sensitivity of demand to price changes. Lastly, the market structure can notably impact the demand faced by individual firms.
2. consumer. A consumer, in simple terms, is an individual who purchases goods or services for their personal use and not for resale or commercial purposes. They play a significant role in the economy as their demand for products motivates manufacturers to produce. This dynamic influences production, distribution, and consumption processes. Consumers also have certain rights, established by President John F. Kennedy, that include safety, information, choice, redressal, and representation. These rights protect them from hazardous goods and unfair practices. In today's digital age, consumers are evolving into 'prosumers', actively participating in product creation. Consumer behavior, therefore, has a profound impact on marketing strategies, leading to personalized marketing and mass customization.
Demand (Wikipedia)

In economics, demand is the quantity of a good that consumers are willing and able to purchase at various prices during a given time. The relationship between price and quantity demand is also called the demand curve. Demand for a specific item is a function of an item's perceived necessity, price, perceived quality, convenience, available alternatives, purchasers' disposable income and tastes, and many other options.

" Terug naar Woordenlijst Index
nl_BENL
Scroll naar boven