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ECO206_Fall10-11_Lec.11

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Department
Economics
Course Code
ECO206Y1
Professor
Christian Campbell

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Lecture 11 t November 24, 2010
Production Function:
Describes tech. relationship b/w inputs & outputs
q = F (K, L, M) [K L M being Capital Labour and intermediate]
Variable/ Fixed inputs
Suppose q = (K, L), q
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One-input Production:
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L = 6 9 12 L
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Elasticity of output with respect to labour
Elasticity of output with respect to capital
Q = F(K,L)
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Lecture 11 J November 24, 2010 Production Function: Describes tech. relationship bw inputs & outputs q = F (K, L, M) [K L M being Capital Labour and intermediate] Variable Fixed inputs Suppose q = (K, L), q Interested inL L MP L One-input Production: 2 3 q = 6L J 13 L MP L L L . L IJ. . . $ AP L L IJ . J. L L = 6 9 12
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