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Demand and Supply Surfaces

Ruiz Estrada, M.A. (2008): Demand and Supply Surfaces. Published in: Malaysian Journal of Economic Studies , Vol. 42, No. 1 (25 June 2008): pp. 71-77.

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This paper shows a new optical visualization of demand and supply based on the application of surfaces. The objective of initiating the demand and supply surfaces is to propose the application of multi-dimensional graphs among academics, economists and policy makers in the study of microeconomics and macroeconomics analyses in the short and long term. To create the demand and supply surfaces, this research suggests applying “the Infinity Cartesian space (I-Cartesian space)” (Ruiz 2006). In applying I-Cartesian space, the researcher is able to use the large number of Cartesian spaces offered in Econographicology.

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