Opportunity-cost



noun, Economics.
1.
the money or other benefits lost when pursuing a particular course of action instead of a mutually-exclusive alternative:
The company cannot afford the opportunity cost attached to policy decisions made by the current CEO.
noun
1.
(economics) the benefit that could have been gained from an alternative use of the same resource

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