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INTERSECTORAL FLOWS 196970
PRODUCTION FUNCTIONS AND MARGINAL PRODUCTS
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allocation of factors alternative production activities B.P. Philpott calculate capital and labour capital and land capital employed Capital intensive capital stock CM CM CMOOrH Cobb-Douglas production functions coefficients show depreciation Economic Planning employed in sector ensure equal Exports factor coefficients factors of production figures are based final demand fixed mix G.H. Spencer i.e. the production INPUT OUTPUT MODEL input-output analysis input-output coefficients input-output model isoquant labour and capital level of final level of investment levels of gross linear programming form linear programming model marginal products optimal allocation optimal pattern optimal picture Optimisation particular Planning Model Primary Secondary Tertiary primary sector production elasticity Project on Economic rates of return ratio are denoted replacement investment required per unit required to produce Return on Capital rH H rH rH rH shadow prices Tertiary Sector University of Wellington V.C. Elley Victoria University VOOrH Wages Wellington PROJECT Zealand economy