economic choice of human and physical factors in production ; an attempt to measure the micro-economic and marco-economic possibilities of variation in factor proportions of productions

By: Language: English Series: contributions to economic analysis ; xxxv | sandee, j. (ed.) | strotz, r.h. (ed.) | tinbergen, j. (ed.) | et alPublication details: amsterdam : north-holland publishing company 1964Edition: 1. edDescription: xviii, 332 pp
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from the table of contents: micro-economic comparative cost analysis: introductory remarks about the comparative cost analysis; the consequences of indivisible means of production; the impact of labour skill on the choice of technique; case studies of micro-economic industrial processes; choice of technology in the non-industrial sector; the macro-economic extrapolation: ratios of direct inputs within each industry; the inter-industry approach; the empirical derivation of the variation coefficients; the aggregation and transformation of the existing input-output model; the variation of the transformed input-output model; direct and cumulated capital and labour requirements per guilder of output by sectors and by level of mechanization; summary; appendices;
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from the table of contents: micro-economic comparative cost analysis: introductory remarks about the comparative cost analysis; the consequences of indivisible means of production; the impact of labour skill on the choice of technique; case studies of micro-economic industrial processes; choice of technology in the non-industrial sector; the macro-economic extrapolation: ratios of direct inputs within each industry; the inter-industry approach; the empirical derivation of the variation coefficients; the aggregation and transformation of the existing input-output model; the variation of the transformed input-output model; direct and cumulated capital and labour requirements per guilder of output by sectors and by level of mechanization; summary; appendices;

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