Firms have<span> no</span>incentive<span> to </span>increase production<span> to take advantage of higher prices </span>if<span> they simultaneously face equally higher resource prices. So the answer to this question is No. </span>The<span> availability and productivity of real resources is reflected </span>in the<span> prices of inputs, and </span>in the<span> long run these </span>input prices<span> (including wages) </span>adjust<span> to match </span><span>changes in the price level.</span>
First is Marriage, when you are married you must report to your employer to provide necessary changes in you information especially if you are a woman where your last name will be changed. Second is the Contact Details. When there is a change in your contact information you must report it immediately to your employer for urgent concerns when they need to call you.
A what businesses believe will generate the most profits.
In a market economy, the private sector controls the majority of the factors of production. The government or central authority does not interfere with economic activities in this type of economy. The private sector decides on the production and distribution of goods and services.
The private sector participates in economic activities to make profits. Demand and supply forces determine the type and quantities of goods to be produced. Traders will avail to the markets the goods and services that consumers are willing to buy.