marginal benefit

Definitions

Economics

  • noun an increase in benefit which follows from producing one unit more of a good

Health Economics

  • (written as Marginal Benefit)
    The changed benefit from increasing or reducing the rate or volume of an activity. Mathematically it is the first derivative of benefit with respect to the (continuous) variable in question.
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