Are there any economic theories supporting the possibility that lack of economic supply can result in a reduced economic demand?
As an example, let's say a product exists, an electronic product let's say. Due to supply chain shortages, suppose the end product cannot be effectively created in large supply. An example is how coronavirus has impacted the supplychain and thus product manufacturing.
I'm searching for theories that may lead demanders to decide to back away as a result of the lack of supply. Perhaps the unit cost may be the same on the product, but demanders may have more difficultly in finding the product, and realize that there is an additional hassle to obtain said product. This effectively amounts to an additional marginal cost on top of the quoted price on the product.