substitutability


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Synonyms for substitutability

exchangeability by virtue of being replaceable

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If capital-labour substitutability increases dramatically, wages may fall a lot.
We find from this sample that there is still a significant degree of imperfect substitutability between assets and, therefore, the return of bonds to the market would be expected to place downward pressure on prices and upward pressure on yields, equating to a monetary tightening.
t], the degree of product substitutability (v) and the elasticity of labor supply.
From that perspective, different varieties of capitalism constitute different (national or regional) macroinstitutional contexts conditioning the essentiality and substitutability of CRAs' analytical resources.
The third stream of literature related to our work is product substitutability which has also been studied extensively in both Operations and Marketing literature.
j] is output from the jth firm, and [beta] is a substitutability parameter.
In presents also our model for dynamic reconfiguration, and the notions of substitutability discussed in [10] are formally defined here.
The extent of substitutability is highest between maize and rice (0.
The substitutability means that when the Fed buys short-term debt from banks, that does not insure that the money banks are receiving in payment will be lent out.
This production concentration, in many cases, is compounded by low substitutability and low recycling rates," said a Commission note.
But because of nagging concerns - including the relative illiquidity of the DME market, the large share of production held by a single company and the lack of substitutability - traders appear undecided about when such a transition would occur.
But because of nagging concerns u including the relative illiquidity of the DME market, the large share of production held by a single company and the lack of substitutability u traders appear undecided about when such a transition would occur.
The iso-cost curves demonstrate substitutability between carcass disposal capacity and vaccine availability (ranging from one to five times the current available estimate) when the detection date is held constant at days 21, 18 and 14 (figs.
substitutability of constituents in states of affairs, 'are informed by linguistic intuitions.