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  • ISBN 0415313244
  • ISBN13 978-0415313247
  • Language English
  • Author L. V. Birck
  • Publisher Routledge; 1 edition (November 7, 2007)
  • Pages 364
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  • Category Business
  • Subcategory Economics
  • Size ePub 1567 kb
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The concept of 'marginal value' is critical to the emergence of neo-classical economics. This volume is divided into sections on:Book I: Utility (Disutility of labour, Utility and Wants, Direct and Indirect Utility, Utility Equations, Subjective Price)Book II: Value and Market (Objective Price, Markets, Value)Book III: Relations of Subjective Prices (The Distribution of Income and Prices, The Elasticity of Consumption, Differential Rent)Book IV: The Normal Market (Constant, Decreasing and Increasing Return)

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The marginal value theorem (MVT) is an optimality model that usually describes the behavior of an optimally foraging individual in a system where resources (often food).

The marginal value theorem (MVT) is an optimality model that usually describes the behavior of an optimally foraging individual in a system where resources (often food) are located in discrete patches separated by areas with no resources. Due to the resource-free space, animals must spend time traveling between patches. The MVT can also be applied to other situations in which organisms face diminishing returns.

Birck, Laurits Vilhelm, 1871-. Value, Marginal utility.

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The concept of 'marginal value' is critical to the emergence of neo-classical economics. This volume is divided into sections on: Book I: Utility (Disutility of labour, Utility and Wants, Direct and Indirect Utility, Utility Equations, Subjective Price) Book II: Value and Market (Objective Price, Markets, Value) Book III: Relations of Subjective Prices (The Distribution of The concept of 'marginal value' is critical to the emergence of neo-classical economics.

Book II: Value and Market (Objective Price, Markets, Value). Books related to The Theory of Marginal Value. Book III: Relations of Subjective Prices (The Distribution of Income and Prices, The Elasticity of Consumption, Differential Rent). Book IV: The Normal Market (Constant, Decreasing and Increasing Return). The General Theory Of Employment, Interest, And Money.

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redirected from Marginal theory of value) Also found in: Dictionary. Overt attempts to refute the basic principles of Marxist political economy-the labor theory of value and the theory of surplus value-and the overestimation of the possibilities of quantitative analysis of economic theory characterize the methodology of marginalism.

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. This volume is divided into sections on: Book I: Utility (Disutility of labour, Utility and Wants, Direct and Indirect Utility, Utility Equations, Subjective Price). Book II: Value and Market (Objective Price, Markets, Value). Economics, Finance, Business & Industry.