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Substitute

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Capital-labour substitutability would increase dramatically, and humans would provide nothing except executive decision-making.
What our results show is that imperfect substitutability did exist over this pre-crisis sample, but that the coefficients on the two supply variables are reduced when compared to the post-2008 sample.
These conditions are used in the calibration of the model as they provide the link between the markups and the degree of substitutability across consumption and investment goods.
Substitutability and complementarity: Matching analyses of brands and products.
The higher the essentiality of the resource and the lower its substitutability, the more likely it becomes that an organization will seek to establish relationships with other organizations.
Syverson, "Product Substitutability and Productivity Dispersion," NBER Working Paper No.
Many factors, for example, new innovation in technology, drugs, diagnostic tools, prices and access to services, case management strategies, among others determine the degree of substitutability of health care (11).
This paper compares and contrasts price and quantity competition strategies in these decentralized SCs, and studies how the differences between the two strategies change with the degree of substitutability.
The empirical findings also suggest that neither complementarity nor substitutability holds between drugs and medical services given the statistically insignificant estimate on the cross-price term.
5) The results are then compared based on the substitutability of the firm's products, the presence and efficacy of price-cap regulation and the degree to which new knowledge can spillover to rival firms.
Next, Section 5 defines different notions of substitutability that we believe are adequate for component replacement under behavioural adaptation.