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Ceteris Paribus

To simplify analysis, economists isolate the relationship between two variables by assuming ceteris paribus – i.e. all other influencing factors are held constant. For example, “an increase in real income will cause an increase in demand, ceteris paribus.” Here we keep constant all other factors that might lead to a change in demand for a product.

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