inframarginal


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in·fra·mar·gin·al

(in'fră-mar'ji-năl),
Below any margin or edge.

in·fra·mar·gin·al

(in'fră-mahr'ji-năl)
Below any margin or edge.

inframarginal

(ĭn″fră-măr′jĭn-ăl) [″ + margo, a margin]
Below any edge or margin.
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inframarginal fossil fuel production in that region (again noting the
The analysis may also account for incremental revenue, though not to the extent of including in-market inframarginal revenue sacrifice due to a low price.
Thus, for projects with a positive present-value cash flow, either because of inframarginal returns to new investment or any returns to past investment, the tax without a border adjustment imposes a positive tax liability on domestic projects and discourages locating such projects in the United States.
So long as there is some benefit to the median voter, she will be better off externalizing costs on the wealthy taxpayers--who will be charged through a wealth tax or higher inframarginal rates on their income--in order to enjoy costless benefits herself.
Additionally, there is an issue with those inframarginal consumers who will be undercompensated.
Lurge [33] found the fundus to be supramarginal in sixty four (33%), marginal in twenty seven (13.9%) & inframarginal in 103 (53.1%) cadavers, whereas in the present study, the fundus was supra marginal in seven (7%), marginal in five (5%) and inframarginal in eighty seven (87%) specimens.
En la literatura que aborda el tema de la especializacion del trabajo destaca el marco analitico de la economia inframarginal. (1) La forma en que incorporan a la organizacion en la tecnologia de produccion es mediante la figura de un administrador.
First, prices in a competitive market are set by the marginal rather than inframarginal participants.
As outlined in Akerlof (1978), "tagging" welfare benefits (offering benefits to only those in discretely defined categories, such as those defined to be disabled) can be efficient; lowering inframarginal tax costs and/or affording increases in benefit generosity.
As noted by Doh-Shin Jeon and Jean-Charles Rochet, "under open access, the journal does not internalize inframarginal readers' costs of reading, as long as they are willing to read the journal (<http://idei.fr/doc/by/jeon/pricing_journals.pdf>).
there are many more inframarginal consumers than marginal consumers.
Moreover, as will be explained below, eliminating the cash cliff makes existing SSDI benefits inframarginal to beneficiaries' decisions about whether and how much to work and earn, which may increase their reservation wages for entering the job market.