consumption possibility curve

Definition

Economics

  • noun a graph showing the different quantities of different goods which could be purchased at different prices, given that the purchaser has a fixed amount of money to spend; it is used in conjunction with an ‘indifference curve’ to identify to identify the goods and their quantities which a customer might want to purchase; also called the ‘budget line’
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