Economists statement for sales to a change

When Serena Williams, Cindy Crawford, Hillary Clinton, Katy Couric, Jennifer Lopez, and Ashanti all start wearing Wal-Mart jeans at public appearances, economists would explain any resultant raise in Wal-Mart’s jean sales to the change in: (1) Expectations regarding prices and availability. (2) Numbers and ages of the buyers. (3) Prices of the related goods. (4) tastes and preferences.

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