A cash cow refers to a business or product that generates a steady and significant cash flow with minimal investment or effort required.
The brand of economics that looks at the behaviour of individuals and businesses. In other words, it examines how consumers and businesses react to changes in variables. For example, how do consumers react to price changes and how does quality affect this decision making.
Table of Contents What is an Assembly Line? Understanding the Assembly Line History of the Assembly Line Types of Assembly Lines Advantages of the Assembly Line Disadvantages of the Assembly Line Examples of Assembly Lines FAQs Assembly Line: Definition, Pros, Cons & Examples Written by Paul Boyce Posted in Microeconomics > Division of Labor Last