Factor-usingBiased in favor of using more of a particular factor.
Factor spaceFactor space
A graph in which the axes measure quantities of factors.
Factor intensity reversalFactor intensity reversal
A property of the technologies for two industries such that their ordering of relative factor intensities is different at different factor prices. For example, one industry may be relatively capital intensive compared to the other at high relative wages and labor intensive at low relative wages. Some propositions of the Heckscher-Ohlin Model require the absence of FIRs.
Conversion factorsConversion factors
Rules set by the Chicago Board of Trade for determining the invoice price of each acceptable deliverable Treasury issue against the Treasury Bond futures contract.
Factor priceFactor price
The price paid for the services of a unit of a primary factor of production per unit time. Includes the wage or salary of labor and the rental prices of land and capital. Does not normally refer to the price of acquiring ownership of the factor itself, which might be called the "purchase price."
Factor Proportions ModelFactor Proportions Model
The Heckscher-Ohlin Model of trade.
Further SuggestionsFactor accumulation
Factor content pattern of trade
Specific factors model
Direct factor content
price earnings growth factor
Present value factor
V Vacancy Factor
Direct-plus-indirect factor content
International factor movement
Total factor productivity
Single factor model