Producer's goods
Producer's goods Pro*duc"er's goods (Polit. Econ.) Goods that satisfy wants only indirectly as factors in the production of other goods, such as tools and raw material; -- called also {instrumental goods}, {auxiliary goods}, {intermediate goods}, or {goods of the second and higher orders}, and disting. from {consumers' goods}. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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  • Consumer's goods — Con*sum er s goods (Polit. Econ.) Economic goods that directly satisfy human wants or desires, such as food, clothes, pictures, etc.; called also {consumption goods}, or {goods of the first order}, and opposed to {producer s goods}. [Webster 1913 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • goods of the second and higher orders — Producer s goods Pro*duc er s goods (Polit. Econ.) Goods that satisfy wants only indirectly as factors in the production of other goods, such as tools and raw material; called also {instrumental goods}, {auxiliary goods}, {intermediate goods}, or …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • goods of the first order — Consumer s goods Con*sum er s goods (Polit. Econ.) Economic goods that directly satisfy human wants or desires, such as food, clothes, pictures, etc.; called also {consumption goods}, or {goods of the first order}, and opposed to {producer s… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • producer goods — noun plural : goods (as tools and raw material) that are factors in the production of other goods and that satisfy wants only indirectly called also auxiliary goods, instrumental goods, intermediate goods; compare consumer goods * * * Econ. goods …   Useful english dictionary

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