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Correction of Some Misconceptions in the Question First of all, on any market where prices are not fixed, price always depends on demand and supply. However, government policies can affect supply and demand. For example, if government of a country that produces oil implements policy that forces to close all its oil fields that would clearly create a ...


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I'm not aware of a specific term for this point in time and I don't think there is one. In game dynamics, it is typically assumed that players get the possibility to update their strategies only at points in time randomly distributed according to a "Poisson alarm clock". These points are called revision opportunities, but that term is specific to ...


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