Overproduction

In economics, overproduction, oversupply or excess of supply refers to excess of supply over demand of products being offered to the market. This leads to lower prices and/or unsold goods along with the possibility of unemployment. The demand side equivalent is underconsumption; some consider supply and demand two sides to the same coin – excess...
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overproduction

[n] - too much production or more than expected
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Overproduction

• (n.) Excessive production; supply beyond the demand.
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overproduction

overrun noun too much production or more than expected
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Overproduction

[music] Overproduction is the excessive use of audio effects, layering, or digital manipulation in music production. ==Uses of the term== It is not always clear what critics mean by `overproduction`, but there are at least a few common uses of the term: All six of these meanings share the idea that a record producer or mastering engineer ha...
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Overproduction

O'ver·pro·duc'tion noun Excessive production; supply beyond the demand. J. S. Mill.
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Overproduction

To produce more goods than are needed or wanted, an excess of supply over demand
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Overproduction

When production is above the socially optimum level.
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