Opportunity Cost

If a benefit that would have been received is given up for another course of action this is called the “opportunity cost” of the choice. There are seemingly endless choices in a consumer society, all of which involve choices and opportunity costs. The choices and opportunity costs are expressed in price relationships in modern economics.


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