What is PRODUCTION POSSIBILITY CURVE?

A two dimensional curve, used in macroeconomic analysis, drawan on a capital vs consumer goods graph. It is used to define the limitation of the economy when it comes to production and also the ratio of trade off between the two goods, when one good is produced.

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