If the eggs are to be used within two weeks at the most and your kitchen is not unreasonably hot all the time then it doesn't matter much one way or the other. If the eggs were fresh and sound they'll keep at least that long and likely much longer.
There are several considerations as to whether you should refrigerate or leave them at room temperature.
First is, do you have the fridge space for the number of eggs you have to keep?
Second, there is a difference between whether an egg is SAFE to eat and the QUALITY of the egg in consideration. A fresh, sound egg can be safely stored on a kitchen counter for weeks. It won't go bad if the shell is intact. But it can (and usually does) lose quality as it ages. By this I mean the thick and thin whites (there are two kinds of egg white) gradually grow more and more watery and the yolk grows more watery. A really fresh (Grade AA) egg will stand up proud when cracked onto a saucer. The yolk is tall, the thick white is easy to distinguish from the thin white. As the egg ages the yolk subsides, the thin and thick whites become more alike and runs all over the saucer. This will happen sooner with an egg stored at room temperature than an egg stored in the refrigerator. Both can still be safe to eat, but you'll know a Grade B egg from a Grade AA as soon as you crack it into the pan.
Third, what are you going to do with the eggs? If you're going to fry one, make meringue, or any other use where freshness is important then refrigerate the eggs. If you're going to hard boil them and want them to peel easy then leave them on the counter. A day on a warm kitchen counter is like a week in the refrigerator.
Fourth, if you're selling eggs and asking a premium price then sell them with the highest possible quality which means either selling them within a day or two of being laid or refrigerating them. My customers pay at least three dollars a dozen (or more if resold) so I want them to think they are getting a premium product.
Fifth, if you're selling hatching eggs it really depends on your customers. Personally I refrigerate my hatching eggs but NOT the ones I sell. Those are kept in as cool a place as I can provide, but many folks do not want their hatching eggs chilled so the ones I sell don't go into the fridge.
You thought this was a simple question, didn't you?