Investments glossary

Law of Diminishing Marginal Productivity

The law of diminishing marginal productivity is an economic principle usually considered by managers in productivity management. Generally, it states that advantages gained from slight improvement on the input side of the production equation will only advance marginally per unit and may level off or even decrease after a specific point.

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