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Posted by Mel on Wednesday, July 1, 2009 at 9:02am.

Over the last two decades, the price of personal computers in real as well as nominal terms has declined markedly. Does this mean that the personal computer industry is decreasing-cost and that the long run supply curve for personal computers is downward sloping?

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No one can say for sure, with more firms entering the market it drives the price down even though the demand for the product increases. Economists imply this is a rise of competition from an initial monopoly position and not a movement along an industry’s long run supply curve.

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