We now replicate the analysis of Section 2 and calculate the first four autocorrelation coefficients of inflation and the cross-correlation coefficients of inflation with marginal
cost when the average annual inflation rate varies from 0 to 8 percent.
The gain is subject to a 50% financial aid assessment (after deductions and allowances) and a 5% marginal
income tax rate.
Since increasing the capital stock also raises the marginal
product (or productivity) of labor, the return on labor--wages--should also go up.
Patients with a symptomatic marginal
ulcer or stomal stenosis presented for endoscopy a mean of 2 months post surgery.
In 2000, there were 11 people earning between EUR500,000 and EUR1million who only paid at the lower marginal
20 per cent rate.
Cornacchia noted that marginal
land usually can sustain some type of timber or farm production, but not enough to make a living.
Whereas the firm-determined product price exceeds marginal
revenue at every quantity beyond the first unit for a ppm (because product price must fall in order to sell additional units of output), marginal
labor cost exceeds the firm-determined wage at every amount of labor beyond the first unit in the case of a rpm (because the wage must rise in order to hire additional units of labor).
Small MPVs ( More than half of the 13 cars tested were rated as good or acceptable, with the Ford Focus C-Max, Nissan Almera Tino, Renault Scenic and Seat Altea in the top band, while four were found to be acceptable, two marginal
and three poor.
For those of you who fell asleep during your economics class that day, marginal
cost is the cost of making "one more" of something.
Taking the example of a financial institution with the primary trading workforce located on the island of Manhattan with a primary data center tens of miles away in another state, the guidelines may be interpreted such that little marginal
resiliency is required to meet the requirements, inasmuch as the primary processing facility is not located within a key target region (i.
Eighteen women with marginal
iron deficiency were fed meals containing soybeans.
Discussion of marginal
commentary in James Joyce's Ulysses, along with its appearance in the works of Coleridge and Poe, also seems somewhat far afield when applied to a rather lengthy theoretical analysis about Renaissance margins and marginality.