Wright’s Law claims that for every cumulative doubling in units produced, costs decline at a consistent rate. It requires an understanding of the price elasticity of demand, or how much demand will respond to future price declines.
It has been helpful in forecasting growth in the semiconductor industry—more so than Moore's Law.
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