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Explain this apparent contradiction between theory and fact
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Over the years the market demand for “long-playing records made of polyvinyl has fallen considerably as new technologies replaced the old “lp” yet lps are still available for sale and they sell at price points higher (in some cases much higher) than CD’s. According to economic theory when demand falls, the price of a product should fall. Explain this apparent contradiction between theory and fact.




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