Suppose you could buy shoes one at a time, rather than in pairs. What do you predict the cross-price elasticity for left shoes and right shoes would be?



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In such a scenario, the left shoe and right shoe will act as complements. Thus, the increase in price of left shoe will result in the fall of quantity demanded for right shoe, having a negative cross price elasticity.

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