marginal product

Definitions

Economics

  • noun the quantity of a product (either physical or in revenue) which comes from a unit of increased input

Health Economics

  • (written as Marginal Product)
    The change in output rate obtained by increasing or reducing the rate of use of a single input (any other being held constant). Mathematically it is the first derivative of output with respect to the input.
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