The results of diminishing returns
were uncontested because these outcomes could be easily verified.
Most importantly, as innovation grows complex and costly, it reaches diminishing returns
industrial average, and diminishing returns
are going to set in, just as they did in other developing nations in the past, predict Jefferson (of Brandeis University), Hu (the National University of Singapore), and Su (Beijing University).
No marketing venture ever reaches the full limit of the market for its product because the law of diminishing returns
prohibits the grossly disproportionate expenditures necessary to reach customers on the outside fringe of a product's market.
The slope of IT-driven value delivery is near or at the point of diminishing returns
Gluttony (overindulgence)--The Law of Diminishing Returns
says, at some point, all things will lose their luster and not give you the kick in the pants they once did.
This is simply the flip side of the law of diminishing returns
In the case of bourbon, age has diminishing returns
after a point, but that point is a moving target--master distillers strive to strike a subtle balance between the main flavor components of vanilla and caramel flavors with that of the charred oak.
That is not an inconsiderable sum but the problem is that, as a percentage of council "turnover", we are at a point of diminishing returns
if attempts are made to recover it.
This is the instantly recognizable light of an urban night on the wane, the light of crime, early-onset hangovers, and diminishing returns
At some point, the law of large numbers, which encourages averaging, gives way to the principle of diminishing returns