intramarginal


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intramarginal

[‚in·trə′mär· jən·əl]
(biology)
Within a margin.
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Venacion eucampodroma, con venas primarias, secundarias, inter secundarias, terciarias y vena intramarginal. Inflorescencias politelicas reducidas, de 45-50 (55) cm, con florescencia principal y 1-2 paracladios o sin estos; entrenudo basal de 20-23 cm; florescencia principal con 5-8 nudos, paracladios con 3-6 nudos bifloros con 3 bracteas y una flor mas grande que la otra; bracteas, vainas y ejes verdes.
Many owners are "intramarginal," meaning that because of relocation costs, sentimental attachments, or the special suitability of the property for their particular (perhaps idiosyncratic) needs, they value their property at more than its market value (i.e., it is not "for sale").
The low-income rebate has the merit of retaining the original higher taxation of the intramarginal income of middle- and high-income earners, allowing marginal tax rates to remain moderate for income groups outside the targeted regime.
As many of the empirical implications of the model were rejected, the Krugman model has been modified and improved upon to accommodate the likelihood of central parity changes as in Bertola and Svensson [1993] and intramarginal interventions as in Lindberg and Soderlind [1994] and Tristani [1994].
As Billings and Agthe (1980) point out, the use of average price tends to introduce an upward bias in estimated price elasticity, particularly when the marginal price changes while intramarginal rates remain constant, because the change in average price is smaller than the change in marginal price.
Prime Minister Jacques Chirac of France sharply criticized the German refusal to intervene, or to extend deutsche mark financing to the French and other central banks for intervention, before the deutsche mark-franc exchange rate reached the margins.(75) The German government and Bundesbank were of course concerned about the domestic liquidity effects of extending such credits for "intramarginal" intervention.
In Lindahl's analysis, this price would also be paid on intramarginal units.
* Intramarginal interventions procedures will be maintained.
Likewise, he viewed land's rental rate as a surplus determined by the gap between the average and marginal products of the variable factor, or alternatively, by the superior productivity of the intramarginal doses of the factor.
* Intramarginal intervention by the ECB would be possible at its discretion, via individual arrangements with national central banks.
Instead, in the absence of native labour, the average productivity of aliens is only a fraction t [less than or equal to] 1 of their potential capita-output so that (one effective unit of) foreign labour is a perfect substitute for a native worker only at the margin, but not for intramarginal workers.