The Technical Optimum Law When Considering Partial Variation of a Factor or a Group of Factors

  • Ragnar Frisch


In the preceding chapter we have dealt with various methods of describing a continuous production law, but we have given no detailed account of the shape it actually possesses. This is the question we shall now deal with.


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