Capacity Output

The real output that the economy could produce if all resources were used to their maximum.

Typically the capacity output level is higher than the output level that a nation's economy tends to produce in the long-run, because all resources are not always utilized. For example, taxation of income induces workers to supply fewer labor service than they would have otherwise. As a consequence, the total output of firms tend to be lower than the capacity level.
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