elastic
Having an elasticity greater than one. For a price elasticity of demand, this means that expenditure rises as price falls. For an income elasticity it means that expenditure share rises with income, a superior good. Contrasts with inelastic and unit elastic. Elastic demand for either exports or imports is sufficient to satisfy the Marshall-Lerner condition.
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