Illustration of transaction costs

You are more probable to shop at a remote farmers’ market quite than buy apples at a local grocery store while: (w) possible, since produce is cheaper at the farmers’ market. (x) you would like to buy only vegetables and fruits. (y) the opportunity costs of shopping at the farmers’ market are less than the price differentials. (z) the opportunity cost of shopping at the farmers’ market exceeds grocery store prices.

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