marginal benefit


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marginal benefit

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In economics, a marginal benefit is the value of the additional benefit derived from an extra unit produced.
 
Medspeak-US
The minimal added benefit (e.g., in units of health outcome) produced by using additional resources (e.g., a second intervention).
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0124 Note: Ranking is based on Mean's Values of Marginal Benefits from Telecommunications Infrastructures (MBS1).
Thus, the level of reserves at which the marginal cost of holding an additional dollar of reserves equals the marginal benefit of doing so is much higher now than it was before the financial crisis.
Table 1: Example of the business principle of profit maximization once marginal benefit equals marginal costs.
For security-deterrence, the marginal benefit is obtained directly as well as through its impact of the Organization's choice of [x.
would be no reason to offset the increased marginal benefit that
however, the marginal benefit of increased incentives will tend to get
The left-hand side of (18) is the probability-weighted marginal benefit of an additional unit of the SP public good to the n individuals, while the right-hand side is its marginal cost.
Savers, who outnumber borrowers, should see a marginal benefit for interest on deposit.
Knowledge of the marginal cost of raising tax revenue is also important in evaluating public expenditure programs because the marginal benefit of such programs needs to be balanced against the marginal cost of financing them through higher taxes.
Kirklees proposes to make savings at the expense of the people least able to look after themselves while running a council riddled with political correctness and bureaucracy, employing hundreds and possible thousands of people on high salaries whose services are, at best, of only marginal benefit to the people of Kirklees.
The marginal benefit of using money is greater than the marginal cost of using cash.
This is marginal benefit incidence of public spending which is rarely determined.

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