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    What's the difference between the short run and the long run? In which case are there fixed and variable costs of production and in which case are there only variable costs?

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    Short run period is a period of imperfect adjustment to a situation perceived as temporary.

    The short run is a period of time when there is at least one fixed factor of production. This is usually fixed capital such as machinery and the amount of factory space available.
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    Thus in short run, output increases when more units of variable ...

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    Assess fixed and variable costs.

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