Marginal may refer to:

  • For marginal constituency in politics, see “Marginal seat”
  • For the manga, see Marginal (manga)
  • For marginal model in hierarchical linear modeling, see “Marginal model”
  • For marginal observables in physics, see “Renormalization group”
  • For marginal person in sociology, see “Marginalization”
  • For marginal probability in probability theory, see “Marginal distribution”
  • For economic concepts, see “Marginalism”, and the various articles to which “Marginal concepts” is linked

Other articles related to "marginal":

Marginal Product Of Labor - Marginal Productivity Ethics
... In the aftermath of the marginal revolution in economics, a number of economists including John Bates Clark and T.N ... that workers were morally entitled to receive a wage exactly equal to their marginal product ... In the 20th century, marginal productivity ethics found few supporters among economists, being criticised not only by egalitarians but by economists associated with the Chicago school ...
Marginal Efficiency Of Capital
... The marginal efficiency of capital (MEC) is that rate of discount which would equate the price of a fixed capital asset with its present discounted value of expected income ... The term “marginal efficiency of capital” was introduced by John Maynard Keynes in his General Theory, and defined as “the rate of discount which would make the ...
Marginal Profit
... In microeconomics, marginal profit is the term used to refer to the difference between the marginal cost and the marginal revenue for producing one additional unit ... Under the marginal approach to profit maximization, to maximize profits, a firm should continue to produce a good or service until marginal profit is zero This article related to ...
Why The Name Marginal Model?
... In a marginal model, we collapse over the level 2 ... residuals and thus marginalize (see also conditional probability) the joint distribution into a univariate normal ... We then fit the marginal model to data ... level 1, the residual is, and level 2, the residual is, and Thus, the marginal model is, This model is what is used to fit to data in order to get regression estimates ...

Famous quotes containing the word marginal:

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