Answer to Question #73075 in Microeconomics for christian
how demand of factors of production differs from the demand of good and services
The demand for a factor of production is a derived demand, meaning that a firm’s demand for a factor of production is derived from its decision to supply a good in another market. Source: http://www.economicsguide.me/?page_id=977
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