Managerial Production Function
In the short run the structural proportions and the scale of an organization are given. They may have been frozen by technical conditions (often appearing in the form of) or social conventions. In the long run, however, everything is adaptable and molded by economic forces.
KeywordsProduction Function Labor Input Cost Curve Administrative Level Output Elasticity
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