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Slutsky equation

The equation showing how the effect on demand for a good of a change in a price can be decomposed into a substitution effect, which is the effect of a change in relative prices at an unchanged level of ’utility, and an income effect, which is the effect of a change in real income holding prices constant.

Slutsky equation

Reference: Oxford Press Dictonary of Economics, 5th edt.