Problem regarding to price ceilings and shortages

Persistent shortages of a good are mostly all the time attributable to: (w) legal ceiling prices that are set below equilibrium. (x) recessions that yield high unemployment rates. (y) price gouging by firms with monopoly power. (z) legal price floors above equilibrium.

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