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Graphic Model of
Small Complex Market
Most descriptions of markets overlook two very important concepts:
How many steps from the buyer of an aluminum framed bicycle to the aluminum mine? How many people interact with that bike buyer and the businesses that supply him?
This model does not pretend to give a definitive answer to these questions, but it should give you new insights into the complexity of even small markets and the manner in which all producers depend on consumers to buy their products and, thereby, send price signals throughout the market.
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