Supply curveThe graph of quantity supplied as a function of price, normally upward sloping, straight or curved, and drawn with quantity on the horizontal axis and price on the vertical axis. Supply curves for exports and for foreign exchange usually have the same qualitative properties as supply curves for labor, being potentially backward bending.
Supply shockSupply shock
An event that influences production capacity and costs in an economy.
Supply priceSupply price
The price at which a given quantity is supplied; the supply curve viewed from the perspective of price as a function of quantity.
Excess supplyExcess supply
Supply minus demand. Thus a country's supply of exports of a homogeneous good is its excess supply of that good.
Supply elasticitySupply elasticity
The elasticity of a supply function, usually with respect to price.
1. The act of offering a product for sale. 2. The quantity offered for sale. 3. The quantities offered for sale at various prices; the supply curve.
Further SuggestionsSupply function
Raw material supply agreement
Thirty day visible supply
Supply side economics
Mode of supply