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Say’s Law

  Economic theory most often stated by layman as:  "Supply creates its own demand."
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Attributed to French businessman and economist Jean-Baptiste Say (1767-1832). Stated originally as "there can be no demand without supply."
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Associated words [difficulty]:   Say’s Law , supply and demand [7] , demand curve [9] , black market [3] , public goods [5]
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