Direct-plus-indirect factor content

 

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Direct-plus-indirect factor content

A measure of factor content that includes factors used in producing intermediate inputs, factors used in producing intermediate inputs to the intermediate inputs, and so forth. That is, it includes all primary factors that contributed however indirectly to production of the good. Contrasts with direct factor content.



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Indirect method

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