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Leontief production function

In economics, the Leontief production function or fixed proportions production function is a production function that implies the factors of production will be used in fixed (technologically pre-determined) proportions, as there is no substitutability between factors. It was named after Wassily Leontief and represents a limiting case of the constant elasticity of substitution production function.

The function is of the form

where q is the quantity of output produced, z

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The function is of the form

where q is the quantity of output produced, z

_{1}and z_{2}are the utilised quantities of input 1 and input 2 respectively, and a and b are technologically determined constants.This is an excerpt from the article Leontief production function from the Wikipedia free encyclopedia. A list of authors is available at Wikipedia.

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Leontief production function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In economics, the Leontief production function or fixed proportions production
function is a production function that implies the factors of production will be used
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Leontief Production Function - Department of Economics

The basic form of a Leontief production function is y. f x x x x. = = ( ,. ) min ( ,. ) 1. 2
. 1. 2 . A Leontief production function is linear homogenous. The input.

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Leontief production functions and the Heckscher-Ohlin model

A Leontief production function is one in which factor proportions are fixed: for
example ... But the Leontief production function does simplify presentation of the
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What is the Leontief production function ? - Yahoo! Answers

Jun 16, 2013 ... C-D production function elasticity of substitution of factors is equal to 1 . Leontief
PF ( fixed proportion and , and linear) it is zero i.e. no ...

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Chapter 5: Production - CEPE

Oct 21, 2011 ... Leontief production function: inputs are used in fixed proportions. • Cobb-
Douglas production function: inputs have a degree of substitutability.

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Technology and Substitution

which is also referred to as a Leontief production function - as this form was
introduced by Wassily Leontief (1941). Notice that if K is at K* and L is at L｢ , then
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The Leontief Production Function as a Limiting Case of the CES - Jstor

In this note we provide a derivation of the Leontief production function from ... and
Solow (ACMS) are the Cobb Douglas and the Leontief production functions.

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Leontief Production Function Example - The Student Room

Jul 4, 2013 ... Re: Leontief production function Example. 16-07-2013 20:05 3. Suppose the
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Chapter 2: Theory of Production A. Production Functions Consider a ...

Leontief (fixed proportion, no-substitution) production functions. Isocost curves ...
Figure 4: Leontief production function in Two-Factor Space x1 x2. Q(Y2). Q(Y2).

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appendix to chapter 9

To see why the Leontief is also called the fixed-proportions production function,
note first in Figure A.9-7 that if we start with 3 units of K and 2 units of L, we get 6
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Theorem: A Generalized Leontief. Production Function. W. E. Diewert. University
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[PDF]Leontief Production Function - Department of Economics

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY. Fall 1993/1994/1995. File Name: Leonti95.usc.
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Estimating hospital costs with a generalized Leontief function

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The Perfect Substitute: Real World Leontief Production Function

Dec 3, 2008 ... Real World Leontief production function. Here is Kevin Carey arguing for universities to make labor more productive with technology.

A Brief History of Production Functions - Munich Personal RePEc ...

Feb 12, 2013 ... It shows how the famous Cobb-Douglas production function was indeed invented ... Harvard University, Harvard (Supervisor - W.W. Leontief).

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Jan 18, 2005... capital accumulation model with a Leontief-type production function and ... University of Bern - Department of Economics; University of Bern ...

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Senior Researcher at UNU-MERIT, United Nations University & Maastricht ... This
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Economic Growth Theory: Capital, Knowledge, and Economic ...

2.9 The OSG Model with the Leontief production function Suppose the
production function is taken on the Leontief form: F(K(t),N(t)) = min[AK(t), BN(t)\
where A and B are positive constants. As mentioned before, this form may be
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Applied Production Analysis: A Dual Approach

Leontief and Cobb-Douglas production functions. Two of the best known
production functions utilized by economists are the so- called Leontief and Cobb-
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Growth and Distribution

spends to a single technique of production. The Leontief production function is
written mathematically: X = min(pK,xN) (3.3) Dividing through by N, we can write
the intensive fixed coefficients production function: x = min(pk.x) (3.4) The min(., .)
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Economic Growth

We can use the method developed earlier for the case of a Cobb-Douglas production function to derive a formula for the convergence coefficient in the
neighborhood of the steady state. The result for a CES production function, which
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Microeconomics: A Modern Approach: A Modern Approach

In other words, capital and labor must be used in the proportion of 1:6 in order to
produce output. This type of production function is known as the Leontief production function.1 We can express this technology as follows if we let y denote
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The Perfect Substitute: Real World Leontief Production Function

Here is Kevin Carey arguing for universities to make labor more productive with technology. This reminds me of an experiment I tried earlier this semester.

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Leontief Production Economic Utility ~ ECONOMIC THEORIES

Wassily Leontief Aggregation, Leontief Production and UtilityWe have already made reference to the problem of aggregation in discussing the input-output model. In the model, the innumerable separate activities which make up the economy are aggregated into a number of sectors, the flow of products between which is then analysed.

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Capital-labour substitution elasticities in New Zealand: one for all industries? | Australian Policy Online

This paper tests the assumption of a Cobb-Douglas production function (a unitary elasticity of substitution between capital and labour) for 20 of New Zealand’s industries, using Statistics New Zealand’s industry-level productivity data.

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wassily leontief, professor of economics and his contributions | Applied Science Blog

Posted on August 3, 2011 by 07/AS-B/002 U. M.

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Worthwhile Canadian Initiative: Technology, preferences, and wages; kinks and curves, Moseley and Krugman.

Look at the red curve PF1 and the blue curve PF2 in this picture. Ignore everything else: That's the picture Paul Krugman drew, showing how a capital-biased change in technology would shift the production function. The slope of the production...

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"The myth and mystery of Vietnam's economic and labor demand growth" by Ce Wu

During the past decade, Vietnam has been one of the fastest growing economies in the world, but employment growth has been much slower. The large gap between GDP and employment growth implies real labor productivity growth, so greater per capita income. However, this enlarging gap, together with emerging unemployment and underemployment problems, also indicates limited benefits to employment from output expansion, an issue of concern to Vietnamese policymakers. ^ This dissertation research addresses the relationship between GDP growth and employment growth. The central question is why labor demand in Vietnam grows so much more slowly than GDP. Three fundamental causes proposed to explain slow employment growth are: 1) structural transformation; 2) labor-saving technological progress; and 3) institutional biases due to minimum wage and state investment policies. ^ A decomposition of labor demand growth shows that structural transformation and state investment bias can at most explain 40% of the difference between GDP and employment growth, while the remaining 60% is due to biased technological change and minimum wage bias. Further analysis breaks apart these effects due to changing sectoral output structures and declining labor-output ratios, respectively. ^ Productivity growth prevailed in Vietnam over the past decade, but we need to allow for biased technological change to find it. Biased technological progress is more important than all other factors in affecting labor demand growth. For the entire economy, the Leontief production function best fits the data, and estimates suggest a 5% increase in labor productivity and a 1% increase in capital productivity per year during 2000-2009. The traditional agricultural sector also experienced 3% annual growth of labor productivity accelerating the structural transformation process. ^ State investment bias has slowed labor demand growth by 0.51% per year. Privatization is beneficial to labor demand growth as a result of higher labor intensity in non-state firms relative to state owned enterprises, and robust growth of the domestic private sector. ^ Minimum wage bias is not an important contributing factor, due to low elasticities of factor substitution and weak links between minimum and market wages. Tighter regulation of the minimum wage policy will only strongly affect labor demand in the formal agricultural and manufacturing sectors. ^ The problem of stagnant employment is shared in other Asian countries. Labor demand growth decomposition for China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam for 1986-2008 shows that biased technological progress was responsible for

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