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What is the concept of derived demand?
Similarly one may ask, what do you mean by derived demand?
In economics, derived demand is demand for a factor of production or intermediate good that occurs as a result of the demand for another intermediate or final good. In essence, the demand for, say, a factor of production by a firm is dependent on the demand by consumers for the product produced by the firm.
Secondly, why industrial demand is called derived demand? Derived demand: The demand for Industrial goods is ultimately derived from the demand of consumer goods. If the demand for the consumer goods slackens so will the demand for all Industrial goods entering to their production. For this reason the industries must closely monitor the buying pattern of ultimate consumers.
Also asked, what is an example of a derived demand?
Derived demand is defined as when the want for one good or service happens because of the want for another good or service. An example of derived demand is an increase in the need for wood because of the increase in the need for furniture. YourDictionary definition and usage example.
Is money a derived demand?
Demand for money means demand for holding cash. Unlike demand for consumer goods, money is not demanded for its own sake. It is due to these two functions that money is considered as indispensable by the society. Therefore, demand for money is a derived demand.