What is MARGINAL PRODUCTIVITY THEORY OF DISTRIBUTION?

Formulated 1890’s distribution theory. States that until its marginal product value, which is revenue or yield resulting from the input, equals the input’s cost, capital and/or labor input to production will continue to increase.

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